Sega Model 1
|Fast Facts on the Sega Model 1|
Made by: Sega
Sega Model 1 was an arcade system board released by Sega in 1992. It was the successor to the Sega System 32 arcade boards, and was succeeded by the Sega Model 2 series. During development, Sega went to General Electric Aerospace (now Lockheed Martin) for assistance with creating 3D hardware, however as the end result was so expensive, only a few games were developed for the platform.
- Main CPU: NEC V60 @ 16 MHz
- Graphics Coprocessor: Fujitsu TGP MB86233 FPU
- Sound CPU: Motorola 68000 @ 10 MHz
- Sound Chip: 2 x Sega 315-5560 Custom 28 channel PCM
- Sound Timer: Yamaha YM3834 @ 8 MHz
- Display Resolution: 496 x 384
- Color Depth: 16-bit
- Graphical Capabilities: Flat shading, diffuse reflection, specular reflection, 2 layers of background scrolling, alpha blending
- Geometric performance: 180,000 polygons/sec.