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|developer = [[:Category:NEC consoles|NEC Home Electronics]]
 
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The '''PC-FX''' was a [[wikipedia:Nec|NEC]]'s fifth generation home video game console that was only released in Japan on December 23, 1994 and it had a NEC V810 CPU at 21.5 MHz with 2MB of RAM, 1MB of SRAM, and 256KB of VRAM. It also had something called "Back-up RAM" which it has 32KB of.
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The '''PC-FX''' was a [[wikipedia:Nec|NEC]]'s fifth generation home video game console that was only released in Japan on December 23, 1994 and it had a NEC V810 CPU at 21.5 MHz with 2MB of RAM, 1MB of SRAM, 256KB of VRAM and without 3D graphics support. It also had something called "Back-up RAM", of which it has 32KB.
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The PC-FXGA (GA stands for '''G'''ame '''A'''ccelerator) was a series of computer boards and sports the same hardware as a regular PC-FX with the exception of an additional processor the '''HuC6273''' that can handle 3D graphics. PC-FXGA is used to play PC-FX games on a [[NEC PC-9800 series|PC-9800]] and DOS/V but also makes possible for enthusiast to develop their own games.
  
 
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==Emulators==
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! scope="col"|[[libretro|Libretro Core]]
 
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! scope="col"|[[Emulation Accuracy|Accuracy]]
 
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! scope="col"|[[Recommended Emulators|Recommended]]
 
! scope="col"|[[Recommended Emulators|Recommended]]
 
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|[[Mednafen]]
 
|[[Mednafen]]
 
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|[{{MednafenURL|releases/}} {{MednafenVer}}]
 
|[{{MednafenURL|releases/}} {{MednafenVer}}]
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|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux|macOS|FreeBSD}}
 
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|[http://www.mamedev.org/release.html {{MAMEVer}}]
 
|[http://www.mamedev.org/release.html {{MAMEVer}}]
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|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|macOS|DOS}}
 
|[http://www.magicengine.com/uk_index.php?sessid=CK9MXrbon1e8hf4rbMwBhwkSnqzQ {{MagicEngineFxVer}}]
 
|[http://www.magicengine.com/uk_index.php?sessid=CK9MXrbon1e8hf4rbMwBhwkSnqzQ {{MagicEngineFxVer}}]
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|align=left|{{Icon|Windows|Linux}}
 
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|[https://web.archive.org/web/20141022230129/http://www.xe-emulator.com/index.php?m=download {{XeVer}}]
 
|[https://web.archive.org/web/20141022230129/http://www.xe-emulator.com/index.php?m=download {{XeVer}}]
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Revision as of 10:02, 5 July 2021

PC-FX
PC-FX-Console-Set.png
Developer NEC Home Electronics
Type Home video game console
Generation Fifth generation
Release date 1994
Discontinued 1998
Predecessor PC Engine (TurboGrafx-16), SuperGrafx
Emulated

The PC-FX was a NEC's fifth generation home video game console that was only released in Japan on December 23, 1994 and it had a NEC V810 CPU at 21.5 MHz with 2MB of RAM, 1MB of SRAM, 256KB of VRAM and without 3D graphics support. It also had something called "Back-up RAM", of which it has 32KB.

The PC-FXGA (GA stands for Game Accelerator) was a series of computer boards and sports the same hardware as a regular PC-FX with the exception of an additional processor the HuC6273 that can handle 3D graphics. PC-FXGA is used to play PC-FX games on a PC-9800 and DOS/V but also makes possible for enthusiast to develop their own games.

Emulators

Name Platform(s) Latest Version GA Libretro Core Accuracy FLOSS Active Recommended
PC / x86
Mednafen Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 1.29.0 TBD Mid-High
MAME Windows Linux macOS FreeBSD 0.244 ~ Mid
MagicEngine-FX Windows macOS MS-DOS 1.1.1 TBD Low
Xe Windows Linux 2.16.2 TBD ?