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I have one, and it works great for me. I haven't had any graphical issues or artifacting, and haven't needed to use the mini USB to power it either.

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I use it, it works well enough. I have noticed that it's a bit darker than what is intended, but you can bump up brightness. I've only had compatibility issues on my 128 MB RAM modded 1.4, and that's been known from the designers that 1.4 consoles could be hit or miss.

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7 hours ago, MrMario2011 said:

that's been known from the designers that 1.4 consoles could be hit or miss.

might suggest to change the power supply or check for swollen capacitors on the power supply. At least, there is a sittuation when I succeeded to get rid of waves and shakes off the signal. 

 

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