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The Nintendo 64, often referred to as N64, is a 64 bit video game console released in 1996 by Nintendo. It is the most powerful cartridge based non-handheld system ever produced. The console does not provide an RGB signal and must be modified in order to provide one. The highest quality signal from a stock console is S-video.


There was only one main revision of the hardware. The console was released in Europe, USA and Japan. The consoles software library is region locked.

Models tested

NUS-001 (Japanese) with RGB modification.

XRGB-2 Specific settings

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XRGB-3 Specific settings

No special settings are required. If you are using an unmodded PAL console you will need to transcode Composite or S-Video to RGB, otherwise you will only get a monochrome picture.

XRGB-Mini Specific settings

For RGB modded Nintendo 64 consoles you may need to adjust sync level or use an external sync cleaner.

OSSC Specific settings

No special settings are required.