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Diamond Life Sales Online NES, SNES, N64 and gamecube Store is your first stop to buy genuine Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and gamecube parts. We have top condition NES, Super Nintendo (SNES), Nintendo 64 (N64) or Gamecube Games, or any replacement part for your Nintendo 64 or Super Nintendo Entertainment System, including new 72 pin connectors for NES and RF modulators and accessories. We will repair any NES, SNES, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64 or Gamecube at a reasonable price and have it back to you before you miss it. We pride ourselves in "prompt" professional service. Our store accepts Visa and Mastercard and all popular credit cards through ®Paypal, the secure online service. Or you can print out our convenient order form and send payment via mail by check or money order. We stock over 500 different Nintendo Entertainment System Game titles, all in premium condition. So if any NES, SNES, N64 or Gamecube game is not listed, chances are we have it offline. Just ask and we'll get back to you. And we sell "any" part ever made for the Nintendo NES and gamecube systems (including screws). We answer form mail promptly (usually within the hour). And with our convenient real-time checkout basket, we offer secure online ordering for Nintendo Entertainment Systems, parts and games.
Here at the online Nintendo Repair Shop store, we not only sell all the classic nes, snes, nintendo 64 and gamecube games such as Super Mario Bros., Contra, Metroid Prime, Mike Tyson's Punch Out, The Legend of Zelda, Resisent Evil, Final Fantasy and Mega Man. But we also have a large collection of the obscure and rare old Nintendo Entertainment System games.
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The first version of the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) was released in Japan for sale as the Famicom (Short for Family Computer) System. It became an instant game hit. The U.S. version first entered this country for sale in late 1985, and the rest is NES vintage or retro games history. A few years later and the NES or old Nintendo Entertainment System was the "it" system to have because it was unique at the time for a home system in that it had such superior graphics and sound to the other game systems that had gone before it. With it's 2 Kb video memory and modified 8-bit NMOS CPU running at 1.773447 MHz, the Nintendo Entertainment System still gave you the feel of playing an actual arcade game. Nintendo stoped making the old original NES in 1994, having sold close to 500 million games and licensed over 700 different titles. But you can continue to cherish the classic Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) and buy most all of it's games right here at Diamond Life sales.
Nintendo's second generation home video game console was called the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES). It was first released in Japan in November of 1990 as the Super Famicom System. The U.S release followed in August of 1991, and the release in Europe in April of 1992. With it's upgrade in archetecture, SNES became the best selling console of the 16-bit era. The SNES processor runs at a speed of 3.58Mhz. 1.5 MIPS using strictly 16-bit instructions. And the CPU is clocked with a 21.477MHz symmetric square wave signal. In October of 1997, Nintendo released a redesigned compact system called SNES 2. It lacked S-Video and RGB output and was the last SNES produced. Nintendo stopped making the SNES for America in 1999, having sold 49 million systems worldwide. But you can continue to cherish the classic Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) and buy most all of it's games right here at Diamond Life sales.
Nintendo's third generation home video game console was called the Nintendo 64 Entertainment System (N64). It is a 64-bit processor, in that it has 64-bit registers, a 64-bit instruction set, and 64-bit internal data paths. This Nintendo 64 system is the successor to the SNES 16-bit archectecture. Each of these consoles has been professionally reconditioned by our qualified technician to meet original specifications, to be as good as new. They go through our 59 rigourous electronic tests to fully assure optimum performance. These include electrical, functional, mechanical, and cosmetic. The Nintendo 64 Entertainment System (N64) console was released by Nintendo Ltd., in July of 1996. This is a sharply designed Midnight Grey console that measures aproximately 10 1/8" X 7 1/2" X 3". The Nintendo 64 uses a SGI-based system design. The CPU powering Nintendo 64 is a MIPS R4300i-based NEC VR4300. The CPU is clocked at 93.75 M
Nintendo's fourth generation home video game console was called the Gamecube (GC), and was rthe first to go from cartridge games to DVD disks. If you like a system with the TOTAL package, then Nintendo DOL-001 Gamecube is the system for you! First released in North America by Nintendo of America on November 18, 2001. The GameCube is of the sixth generation systems era. The gameCube has overall superior graphics processing power and better Pro Logic sound than the PlayStation 2. And despite claims by some gamers, it has a graphical display that can compete with any of the best that XBOX has to offer. Because of the small game disks, loading times are relatively quick, especially when compared to that of other disc-based systems. As for the game system itself, it is super easy to understand and set up, with controllers that are both comfortable and responsive. It's relatively small (6" x 4 1/4" x 7 3/4"), which makes it perfect for an uncluttered entertainment center, table or for easy packing when traveling. And speaking of travel, you can purchase a battery and LCD screen that makes the gameCube truly portable, which is great for road trips. Indeed, the GameCube was designed for portability, even complemented by a smoothly integrated carrying handle. Sound Processor : custom Macronix 16-bit DSP, 64 simultaneous channels, ADPCM encoding
Dimensions (WxDxH in inches): 6 x 7 1/2 x 4 1/2, Processor: 1 x IBM PowerPC "Gekko" 485 MHz Clock frequency, Sampling Frequency : 48KHz, CPU capacity : 1125 Dmips (Dhrystone 2.1), External bus : 1.3GB/second peak bandwidth (32-bit address space, 64-bit data bus 162 MHz clock), Internal cache : L1: instruction 32KB, data 32KB (8 way) L2: 256KB (2 way), Embedded frame buffer : Approx. 2MB - sustainable latency : 6.2ns (1T-SRAM).
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