Building a Nintendo Entertainment System Using a Super 8 Bit NES Board
On Long Island Retro Gaming’s channel, they build an NES using the Super 8 Bit NES Board from Low Budget.
The Super 8 Bit is a project that allows you to build an NES and Famicom console from scratch, using almost 100% new parts. Unlike the original NES and Famicom, the Super 8 Bit was designed with RGB in mind, so it can be paired with the NESRGB to deliver fantastic results!
Sadly, the board is out of stock at the moment, but they promise new boards soon.
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