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This page lists all major hardware reference divided by categories in their simplest form. From this list, you can drill down to a more specific section of the selected category.  
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=== General ===
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*[[Glossary]]
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*[[Cartridge and mappers' history]]
 
 
 
=== Hardware reference ===
 
* [[2A03]]: [[APU]], [[CPU]]
 
* [[PPU]]
 
* [[Input devices]]
 
* [[Mapper]]s
 
* [[Hardware pinout|Pinout]]
 
* [[Clock rate]] of various components in different variants of NES
 
* [[Cartridge_board_reference|Cartridge board]]
 
* [[:File:neswires.jpg|RF Famicom wiring diagram]] (many parts also applicable to NES)
 
* [[Errata]]: Hardware bugs and quirks
 
* Miscellaneous
 
** [[Vs. System]]
 
** [[CIC lockout chip]]
 
** [[Myths]]
 
** [[PRG RAM circuit]]
 
** [[Implementing Mappers In Hardware]]
 
** [[Visual circuit tutorial|Tutorial on reading circuits in Visual 6502/2A03/2C02]]
 
** [[MOD RF|RF modulator board]]
 
** [http://console5.com/wiki/Nintendo_NES-001 Nintendo NES-001] on Console5
 
 
 
=== File format reference ===
 
* [[iNES]]
 
** [[NES 2.0]]
 
* [[UNIF]]
 
* [[NSF]]
 
* [[FDS]]
 
* [http://old.smwiki.net/wiki/IPS IPS]
 
 
 
=== Emulation reference ===
 
* List of NES [[emulators]]
 
* [[Emulator tests]]
 
* [[Game bugs]] - games that display buggy behavior on the actual hardware
 
* [[Tricky-to-emulate games]]
 
* [[Sprite overflow games]] - games which use the [[PPU_sprite_evaluation#Sprite_overflow_bug|sprite overflow bug]] of [[OAM]]
 
* [[Colour-emphasis games]] - games which make use of the colour emphasis bits of $2001
 
* [[Colour $0D games]] - games which use the infra-black colour $0D.
 
* [[Expansion audio games]] - Famicom games that use extra audio hardware.
 
 
 
=== Notes ===
 
* All content refer to the NTSC system unless otherwise specified
 
 
 
=== External links ===
 
* [http://console5.com/wiki/Nintendo_NES-001 NES-001 (frontloader)] and [http://console5.com/wiki/Nintendo_NES-101 NES-101 (toploader)] Control Deck PCB maps on Console5 TechWiki
 

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