Many gamers consider the SEGA Dreamcast, launched on November 27, 1998 in Japan, to have been ahead of its time, and rightfully so. It preceded the Sony’s PlayStation 2, Nintendo’s GameCube, and Microsoft’s Xbox, putting it in a league of its own at the time. Unfortunately, the game console was discontinued after just 3-years on March 31, 2001, after having sold 9.13-million units worldwide. Read more to see what one gamer transformed an old Dreamcast into.
This old SEGA console was given new life in the form of a fully-functional computer. It features an AMD Ryzen 5 Pro 465G processor with Radeon graphics, an ASRock X300M-STX motherboard, 16GB of Crucial Ballistix RAM, a 960GB Corsair Force MP512 M.2 drive, 1TB Samsung 970 EVO M.2 drive, 120GB Samsung 830 SSD and you can’t forget a working disc drive, or a Matshita optical drive to be exact.
- Hd audio and video (720p) with 16: 9/ 4: 3 Switch (HD cable only)
- High compatibility with (NTSC/PAL) NES, Super NES/Super Famicom, and Genesis/Mega drive cartridges