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Game Pak: Front
Game Pak: Front
Game Pak: Back
Game Pak: Back
PCB: Front
PCB: Front
PCB: Back
PCB: Back

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All scans are "owned" by The Cart Scan Repository, if you want to use them, please ask us.

Nintense; The Corporation.
WT_Riker; Obsidian.

Game: Starfox 64
Game Pak (Front): NUS-006 (USA)
NUS-NFXE-USA
Game Pak (Back): NUS-USA/CAN
ROM Chip: J9721-M
MX23L9602-35
NUS-NFXE-0
69596F
CIC Chip: (c) (m) 1995 Nintendo
CIC-NUS-6101
9715 E
PCB Label: NUS-01A-01
(c) 1996 Nintendo
Save Chip: BU9850
718 H69
Other Chips: None
Other Features: 4 Resistors
1 Capacitor
WT_Riker nfo: A CIC-NUS-6101, nice to know people got it around the wrong way. CIC-NUS-6102 appears the standard cic chip, not the CIC-NUS-6101. A 4KBIT EEPROM chip onboard also.
Nintense nfo: You got it, it's the infamous 6101 boot chip. Other than that, there isn't much else to report. Other than the little saving controversy lately. I'm pretty sure the game saves what medals you have accumulated and the like on the cart, through eeprom I imagine.
Supplied By: Nintense

Game Pak: Front
Game Pak: Front
Game Pak: Back
Game Pak: Back
PCB: Front
PCB: Front
PCB: Back
PCB: Back

All Trademarks are (c) their respective owners.
All scans are "owned" by The Cart Scan Repository, if you want to use them, please ask us.

Nintense; The Corporation.
WT_Riker; Obsidian.

Game: Starfox 64
Game Pak (Front): NUS-006 (USA)
NUS-NFXE-USA
Game Pak (Back): NUS-USA/CAN
ROM Chip: C9722-M
MX23L9602-35
NUS-NFXE-0
68778G
CIC Chip: (c) (m) 1995 Nintendo
CIC-NUS-6101
9716 E
PCB Label: NUS-01A-02
(c) 1996 Nintendo
Save Chip: BU9850
720 H24
Other Chips: None
Other Features: 4 Resistors
1 Capacitor
WT_Riker nfo: None
Nintense nfo: Has the 02 pcb board versus the 01 of my cart. That is all, go about your business.
Supplied By: n0ble