Nintendo 64: Modder Builds Small PC Inside Shell of Old Gaming System

Nintendo 64: Modder Builds Small PC Inside Shell of Old Gaming System

Here’s a great way to trick people into thinking the N64 is capable of running new PC games, without using any emulators. Modder Istartedthewar has hidden a small PC inside an old Nintendo 64.

Nothing suspicious on the front.

Modder Builds Small PC Inside Nintendo 64 Case

The back of the case reveals that something’s not quite right with the console.

Modder Builds Small PC Inside Nintendo 64 Case

There it is. A small Gigabyte motherboard, an A10-7850k CPU, 8GB memory, a 128GB SSD. No Geforce Titans in there, but it still has enough power to run Battlefield 4 for example, at lower resolutions.

Modder Builds Small PC Inside Nintendo 64 Case
Modder Builds Small PC Inside Nintendo 64 Case
Modder Builds Small PC Inside Nintendo 64 Case
Modder Builds Small PC Inside Nintendo 64 Case

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