File:NEC-PC-FX-Motherboard-L2.jpg

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The PC-FX, a fifth-generation gaming console by NEC. Released only in Japan in 1994, the PC-FX was an unsuccessful follow-up to the PC Engine console line. It was a CD-based system whose design was reminiscent of a PC tower.

This picture shows the motherboard of the system. This particular system has a modding chip installed.

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