Haaay, I just bought the SuperCIC and DeJitter and now realized that both tinker with the frequencies. Now is my question what to do? Before my 1Chip SNES Jr. looked sortof fine on OSSC which I bought from you too. Now it’s a mess. https://photos.app.goo.gl/Q1mmagRegdoJAU5u5 Ignore my german, it was meant for ikari ^^
Problems can be seen in video and the funny thing is it worked with a stupid 50/60 Hz switch mod on same hardware. ikari meant that the capacitors are maybe a lil small next to the NTSC oscillator and he meant to add another 55 pF to one of em piggyback. But he also meant that the DeJitter might help me, but was rather shocked that it uses it’s own NTSC quartz and thus cannot be used with the SuperCIC board together. At least not easily. Now it may question… how to fix it? It flickers way less on Framemeister (once every 5-10 sec), but still far from fine. HAAALP
Found out myself. CLK_SEL_I on DeJitter needs to be soldered to Mode on SuperCIC, too. MCLK_EXT on DeJitter needs to be soldered to X1 CLK on SuperCIC and MCLK_o needs to be soldered to X1 on SNES. Thus you solder the DeJitter in between your normal wire between X1 and X1 CLK on SuperCIC. Poof, working SuperCIC AND working on OSSC ^^
I would appreciate it if someone has done it and would be kind enough to send some pictures of the process or finished installation. I just purchased DeJitter Mod and my modder friend asked for more detailed instructions for this particular case. My plan was to have it modded to my USA Snes Mini that has RGB and SuperCIC mods already in it.