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  1. @handymanshandle would you plug it into antenna in?
  2. @handymanshandle Look I finally found one that'd probably work: https://www.amazon.com/Analog-NTSC-Tuner-Demodulator-Output/dp/B01KC03BQ2/ref=psdc_280341_t2_B06XP2VSTD But I ain't paying that much for it
  3. Also, I don't think your whole system is fried because you were saying the rgb still lights up
  4. Doesn't sound like it's even getting post, that means one of three things, RAM, CPU, or MOBO, so maybe take your cpu out, make sure it has thermal paste, then check the prongs underneath it and basically anything on the mobo in the RAM/CPU area. Also, try the ram in different channels (because why not) and finally, if none of that has helped, maybe get ram of a lower mhz (doesn't need to be more than 4gb). Reset CMOS here and there to know you are getting the best results. I've got nothing if it is still happening after that.
  5. @handymanshandle Having issues finding what I need. What if I get one of the originally posted items and convert the analogue to digital https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-make-an-RF-adapter/ this is the type of cord I would need to do so, but I bet I can just buy one online instead of cutting any wires.
  6. @handymanshandle I agree, the searches are coming closer now.
  7. @handymanshandle Now the only question is what does "without rf port" mean and why does it only have 2.5 stars?
  8. @handymanshandle That is a great find for a capture card and I will probably buy it when I have the other side of this equation. The modulator you sent me is composite input and rf output and I couldn't find one that is the other way around. I think it might be how I am searching it.
  9. Hi everyone, hope you are well. I am very confused on how to stream my Famicom on Twitch. I am an affiliate fishing for a bigger community, and my love for retro gaming should help to boost it. Anyhow, I don't want to just record my Famicom on a phone, or other video camera. This seems like a simple task, but it hasn't been easy to figure out tbh. I will include two links to items that might work, but I have no idea. * https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XF7Z5DM?tag=aboutcom02lifewire-20&linkCode=ogi&th=1&psc=1 Problem with this one is that it might be a different TV connection, and it might not actually be a RF connector * https://www.amazon.com/Universal-Tuner-Capture-Express-Desktop/dp/B07QMGK9VH/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=pci-e+rf+capture&qid=1588136281&sr=8-1 this one also looks like it might work, and it is more what I am looking for, but with one review, it seems more sketch. My price range is preferably under 70 dollars. Please help, but don't answer if you're going to be mean.
  10. Thank you, very information-wealthy reply. I didn't say exactly which cooler because I didn't think it would matter for the name of that cord, and it would have taken a bit of scrolling on amazon to find.
  11. I did a massive update to my computer a while back, it went from a buffed Dell Optiplex to a relatively-possible-to-go-pro kit complete with all the glowy colors and rgb necessary to impress your 4 year old younger brother. Anyhow, I have a MPG Z390 Gaming plus MOBO and a Thermaltake cpu fan. The fan on lights up one setting, but I want to control it how you're supposed to be able to. There are 2 cords that come out of it and one of which I cannot identify at all, nor can I look up one of the symbols because I have no idea what it is. I will drop a picture below, can you tell me what this cord does and what it plugs into?
  12. These are the cheapest cords I could find, so I will order them, if I have enough money in my account, and if I remember, I will keep this forum up to date with how well they work.
  13. Now based on the comment of a happy customer on the image below, this cord should work for the power source: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001S2VT6I/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A1T1LS4ZV8J7I&psc=1
  14. Luckily the cord for mine was easier to find, good luck finding one for the other model. Here is a link to the cord for yours if yours is like mine: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0000504BE/ref=ox_sc_act_image_2?smid=A2B2CX8QG5X30Q&psc=1
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