Multi Game Doctor 2 Lot

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  1. CoolMod

    CoolMod Peppy Member

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    Looking to get a price on a Gamedoctor 2 that has the SuperGraphx module, Super Famicom DRAM,1 Megadrive DRAM version and 2 Megadrive SRAM versions, Gameboy, and Gamegear hook ups/carts, and a Gamedoctor 2 back up board (for dumping) that has slots for PC Engine, Super Famicom and Megadrive. There's a 16M Dram module and a 8M Sram module. A PC Link for the MGD 2 is included with instructions
     
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    No clues huh? >.<
     
  3. HI_Ricky

    HI_Ricky Peppy Member

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    you mean this ? ;)

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  4. CoolMod

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    Yeah except I have the dumper as well.
     
  5. HI_Ricky

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    MGD2 around US$100-300, there have 3 pcb design ver (the out look come with 4 color different)
    8M SDRAM around US $100-150
    sram game adapter US$100-150 ( PCE may be price up)
    sram battery $20-30
    16MB DRAM US$120-180
    DRAM game adapter US100-150
    PCLINK cable , MGD link cable US$40-80
    MGD2 dumper US$40-70


    up there price from last year i sold the price ;)
     
  6. CoolMod

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    Thanks!
     
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    I'd say more for the backup board. It's (i think) the only bit for the MGD2 I don't have and I haven't seen one for sale in ages. I haven't actually gone looking but I've run across RAM quite often without looking.
     

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