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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: Super Mario 64
Game Pak (Front): NUS-006 (USA)
NUS-NSME-USA
Game Pak (Back): NUS-USA/CAN
ROM Chip: NUS-NSME-0
LHR51G02
9648 D
CIC Chip: (c) (m) 1995 Nintendo
CIC-NUS-6102
9648 E
PCB Label: NUS-01A-01
(c)1996 Nintendo
Save Chip: BU9850
642 H76
Other Chips: None
Other Features: 4 Resistors
1 Capacitor
WT_Riker nfo: The save chip is a 4KBIT EEPROM Chip, and this is the first game to use this CIC chip! ;)
Nintense nfo: The game that started it all. Still the game that all platformers are judged by. Obviously one of the first games released, thus the primitive nature of the components ;) Note the lack of patent numbers on the back, hehe.
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: Super Mario 64
Game Pak (Front): NUS-006 (USA)
NUS-NSME-USA
Game Pak (Back): NUS-USA/CAN
ROM Chip: C9641-M
MX23L6402-35
NUS-NSME-0
39733E
CIC Chip: (c) (m) 1995 Nintendo
CIC-NUS-6102
9637 E
PCB Label: NUS-01A-01
(c)1996 Nintendo
Save Chip: BU9850
637 H84
Other Chips: None
Other Features: 4 Resistors
1 Capacitor
WT_Riker nfo: None
Nintense nfo: Different brand rom chip, that's about it.
Supplied By: n0ble

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: Super Mario 64
Game Pak (Front): NUS-006 (USA)
NUS-NSME-USA
Game Pak (Back): NUS-USA/CAN
ROM Chip: TOSHIBA 9631EA1
TC536433P
NUS-NSME-0
N148 JAPAN
CIC Chip: (c)(m) 1995 Nintendo
CIC-NUS-6102
9630 E
PCB Label: NUS-01A-01
(c)1996 Nintendo
Save Chip: BU9850
628 113
Other Chips: None
Other Features: 4 Resistors
1 Capacitor
WT_Riker nfo: None
Nintense nfo: Super Mario...World. Super Mario...World. Anyone remember the classic Mario cartoons? The mario show thing, with zelda on Friday, then came Super Mario 3, then Super Mario World complete with annoying Yoshi and the damn cave man kid. Ya can still catch Mario 3 and World on Pax if you're interested. Used to be on early Sunday mornings, probably gone by now though.
Supplied By: Redbox

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: Super Mario 64
Game Pak (Front): NUS-006 (JPN)
NUS-NSME-HKG
Game Pak (Back): (C)(M)1996 Nintendo
NUS-HKG
ROM Chip: NUS-NSME-0
LHR51D04
9642 D
CIC Chip: (C)(M)1995 Nintendo
CIC-NUS-6102
9636 E
PCB Label: NUS-01A-01
(c)1996 Nintendo
(Y)
Save Chip: BU9850
638 H24
Other Chips: None
Other Features: 4 Resistors
1 Capacitor
WT_Riker nfo: None
Nintense nfo: Well, after about a minutes worth of thought, it was decided that this was the proper place for this scan of the Hong Kong version of Mario 64. Although the cart front would lead you to believe it is closer to a JAP cart, the rom chip is in fact the same thing found in the US carts. So here is where it belongs ;p First Hong Kong cart I've ever seen, was pretty suprised to see that it is US version of the game, I wonder if other Hong Kong carts are the same. I'd think they'd want Japanese over there. It's closer to Chinese than English after all, heh. Oh, and I bet this is Box's default boot cart, look at the wear and tear on those pins ;p
Supplied By: Redbox

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: Super Mario 64
Game Pak (Front): NUS-006 (USA)
NUS-NSME-USA
Game Pak (Back): NUS-USA/CAN
ROM Chip: J9641-M
MX23L6402-35
NUS-NSME-0
39782E
CIC Chip: (c)(m) 1995 Nintendo
CIC-NUS-6102
9638 E
PCB Label: NUS-01A-01
(c)1996 Nintendo
(YG)
Save Chip: BU9850
645 H87
Other Chips: None
Other Features: 4 Resistors
1 Capacitor
WT_Riker nfo: None
Nintense nfo: The game that started it all. Still the game that all platformers are judged by. Obviously one of the first games released, thus the primitive nature of the components ;) Note the lack of patent numbers on the back, hehe.
Supplied By: achilles