Subject: PlayStation core running Spyro
Subject: Finished consolizing my MiSTer, Forgot to post the step by step vid here...
Subject: Second power supply
Hi all. Looking to buy a second power cable so I can move my mister between an Arcade1up cab and the TV.
Is there a consensus “best” power cable to buy? Anyone have an Amazon reco perhaps? I was trying to find the default DE-10 one but no luck.
Subject: Scaling, Resolution and Settings
Subject: MiSTer FPGA PSX Core - First Games Running
Subject: Late to the party - just learned about MiSTer
O M G
I had read about using FPGAs before but this is mind-blowing. I recognize you're probably saying "no sh-t" and "duh" but we're super excited about this technology here. I'm looking forward to all my arcade favorites (which I use in apps on macOS and Windows today as well as an RG351V), but more importantly I have dreamt of having an Amiga since it was called the Lorraine but as a kid we didn't have the money for such things.
Really looking forward to learning more about the MiSTerProject from you all!
Subject: Anyone know of any NA sellers for a VGA to Component (YPbPr) cable with a pre-installed sync-on-green mod for direct video?
Subject: RGB from Mister
I’m new to the Mister, and I have a basic question - does Mister support the regular RGB on a CRT tv? I am also confused about RGB, composite and component, the white/red/yellow port is a RGB , or it is a composite? If a CRT only have the white/red/yellow, it is RGB? Or composite? Thanks a lot for the clarification!
Subject: Missing pin on analog I/O board 6.1?
I just received the final part for my build, an analog I/O board (v6.1). However, it has an empty hole that looks like it should be populated with a pin that goes down into the socket on the DE10 Nano, like the other (former) holes near it. Is one pin in fact missing?
Side note, the PCB is annoyingly tacky/sticky. I thought it might be flux residue or something? Brushed it down with 99% isopropyl but it didn't really help much. Any tips on de-stickyfying?
Subject: MiSTer AO486 - Windows 95 Install