Fuck it. Since there MIGHT be a hypothetical list, for a super-hypothetical multi, I went ahead and overpaid for a SSV mahjong game on YAJ just now. $240!!!!and now begins the "Add me to the list" spam for a hypothetical multi made from thin air
Looks like the Super Real Mahjong from my link, might actually be the STA-0001B, so the second revision. Maybe its as swapped or maybe they just shipped with whatever motherboard they had on hand?There are actually 2 mobo revisions. the early rev was only used on Survival Arts, Dyna Gear, and the Super Real Mahjong Games IIRC, however both should work for all games. I've heard reports that Vasra/Vasra2 doesn't work properly on the older revs but in my own testing I've found that to not be the case.
the only way to tell them apart is the model number silk screen: STA-0001 is the early rev and vs STA-0001B is the later rev.
Based on the info in this thread, yes, but it may not make a difference if someone makes a legit multi!I've got a Super Real Mahjong PIV floating about in the aether somewhere that I grabbed on the off-chance it might be good multi fodder. I don't have it in my hands yet but from the photos it looks like it's marked STA-0001 so that would be the earlier board I guess?
I received the SSV 4-in-1 today and unfortunately I'm having similar graphics corruption issues to @ShootTheCore
Only Vasara 2 will boot. Vasara 1 and Change Air Blade freeze before reaching the demo screen. I did receive the two extra ram chips though!
The motherboard I'm using is the STA-001B. I know this isn't at fault as it's in pristine condition and I tested it was working before.
I think you should just follow the recommendations of pretty much all the pros who have messed with this, including @opt2not. You will probably have to re-flow those chips for your game to work right.Try pressing around on the chips to see if that graphics issue changes. I had to reflow a couple chips on the multi to get rid of my Sprite issues.
Yeah, agreed! I noticed that the graphics issue changed on Vasara 2 when pressing down on the chips as @opt2not mentioned.