But it comes with 34M RAM, you can expand it to 128M if you find an upgrade. It runs DSP-games with Mario Kart inserted (or any other DSP-cart), but can't run SFX (no copier can). You can save BRAM/SRAM to disk. The UFO even holds the last loaded ROM in memory after you turned it off. No need to reload the game from disk then.
It supports most formats too. And a power supply is needed.
> please confirm on super ufo
> possible to run roms from cdrom drive connected to ufo
> support for smc swc fig mgd smc mostly as this is the format all of my roms are in
> power supply needed???
> dram expandable to what size?
> run dsp/sfx games
> and lastly if i was to save a game where would i put the savedat onto disk/bram
> many many thanks in advance
> any alternatives and where on the www to get them would be extra sweet.