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Fast facts on Sega System SP
Manufacturer: Sega
Release Date RRP Code
Arcade
World
2005  ?



The Sega System SP, also known as the Sega Aurora, is an arcade board built from a Dreamcast/NAOMI-based system-on-a-chip with enhanced base components.[1] Whilst it uses a similar architecture to the Sega NAOMI, the actual system is different, running a bespoke version of Linux 2.6 and having all of the controls wired directly to the main board, meaning that there is no need for a separate JVS I/O board.

Games

Hardware

  • CPU: Hitachi SH-4 32-bit RISC CPU @ 300MHz
  • GPU: Imagination Technologies Power VR MBX+VGP @ 150MHz
  • SPU: ADPCM Sound system
  • I/O: USB and Ethernet connectors

References

  1. SEGA SYSTEM SP HARDWARE


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VIC Dual System 1 System 24 NAOMI
VCO Object LaserDisc System SP
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OutRun System 32
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