Thanks, didn't know that model. a USB port certainly gives more options, but the 100% compatibility it claims seems a bit high. In my opinion, the biggest downside of GDEMU is not having the sd card installed vertically for easy access.
I've been to that "flash warning" page before, I forgot all about it and coincidentally I just bought a Mega Everdrive X5 which is marked as good, instead of the X7 that costs over 60% more and is marked with a warning. I also have my sights on the SD2NES which is marked as pure gold, but since it's very expensive I'll go for other consoles first, like my PS1 which is crying for a PS-IO. I just hope I don't get disappointed with the compatibility rate on that one :/
offtopic: zePeido = tuga?
MateriaMind wrote: ↑November 28th, 2018, 5:35 am
There's no safety issue with GDEMU OR the USB GD-ROM. If you remove the 12V rail that fixes the "overheating" issue as it is anyways. I own both. That 12V rail was for the GDROM specifically and since it's removed it's a null issue. Both these devices were designed with the 3.3V power in mind. They will not kill your console.
It's weird how the original developers either didn't notice the overheating issue or simply discarded it. Anyway the 12v rail fix seems to be the solution but I did found a topic mentioning that a PAL console lost RGB signal after the 12v rail mod and regained it after undoing the mod. Coincidence or not, I'll put a pin on that until I actually have the console and a GDEMU clone in my hands...