“Waves” after SuperCiC++ on SNES Jr

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  • #53659
    DanMAk
    Participant

    Hello everyone, after installing SuperCIC I noticed “waves” in solid colors, just in 60hz mode. At 50hz there are no waves. It’s very very discreet and for that reason I can’t Record the problem, but I can still see those waves. Is this normal? I have attached link with the installation photos, the only thing different from the photo is that I opened the Jumper J93 to use my RetroGaming Cables cable with c-sync 470ohm

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/DTy6PGDrdHQxEA7t8
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/7jpY2qPt3buDBGH18
    https://photos.app.goo.gl/FBYXmudSur4qYGvv8

    #53665
    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    Can you try another power supply?

    #53667
    DanMAk
    Participant

    No, I just have the original Nintendo Power supply, do you think another is better?

    PS: The original voltage regulator is replace with a modern Murata OKI-78SR5

    • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 3 days ago by DanMAk.
    #53695
    BuckoA51
    Keymaster

    It would certainly be worth a try if you can find one.

    #53721
    Jon Nielsen
    Participant

    Check out his notes on the voltage regular shown in the pictures:

    SNES Mini 1 Chip Bad_Ad84 SuperCIC uIGR Kit

    #53723
    DanMAk
    Participant

    If it’s the voltage regulator that’s too bad because besides I don’t have the original voltage regulator anymore, the original audio DAC chip (U6) was replaced with a CS4338-KSZ chip that is housed on top of one of the screw holes of the Heatsink, making it impossible for me to install heatsink again.

    If this small interference is really due to the OKI-78SR5 murata voltage regulator and there is no other way to solve this problem, maybe I just accept it and leave with that. It’s very very discreet anyway

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