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Just wanted to ask if this is normal?
Or safe to use ? Never noticed it before
Sega naomi 1 board
 

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It's safe as long as you don't provide more the 5.1v to the naomi. They have very sensitive buffer chips
 

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It's safe as long as you don't provide more the 5.1v to the naomi. They have very sensitive buffer chips
i have the capcom I/O running power to the naomi, running of a a MAS supergun
 

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You should still adjust the voltage, I don't think the capcom i/o regulate the 5v but just pass it through
 

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You should still adjust the voltage, I don't think the capcom i/o regulate the 5v but just pass it through
Going to have to look that up, I dont know how to adjust the voltage or where
I'm pepega
 
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