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EverDrive64 X7 (Diamond)

PCB Version: Model 18 Rev. A (X7)
$189.99
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SKU:
SAG033343
EverDrive64 X7 (Diamond)

 

SD Card Size

This is the Diamond version of the EverDrive64 X7. This comes with the PCB installed into a region free clear cartridge shell with a metallic gold label and held together with gold plated torx screws.

Ever dream of having your whole library of Nintendo 64 games in a single cartridge? The EverDrive64 X7 allows you to load your game back-ups (commonly known as ROMs) on a microSD card, put the SD card into the EverDrive64 X7, put the EverDrive64 X7 into a Nintendo 64 and have your list of games at your finger tips. Please read the FLASH CART DISCLAIMER below before purchasing.

5 FREE DIGITAL GAMES INCLUDED

  • 40 Winks
    40 Winks
  • Glover
    Glover
  • Milo’s Astro Lanes
    Milo’s Astro Lanes
  • Starshot
    Starshot
  • Wetrix
    Wetrix

  • Officially Licensed From:Piko Interactive

Basic Edition vs. Deluxe Edition

The Basic Edition comes with just the EverDrive64 X7 cartridge in the selected style or configuration covered by a 1-year Warranty. Whereas the Deluxe Edition includes the cartridge, a case, printed manual, a EverDrive64 sticker, Stone Age Gamer sticker, and is covered by a 2-year Warranty.

Features

  • Supports both PAL and NTSC systems.
  • UltraCIC III with region auto detection.
  • Save without reset support. Games will be saves without resetting the system. (X7 only)
  • RTC support. (X7 only)
  • Micro SD cards are supported.
  • Fast loading. Speed up to 23 Mbyte/s.
  • Supports NES (*.nes) ROM format via built-in emulator.
  • Gamepak saves support (SRAM, SRAM128Kbyte, EEPROM16k, EEPROM4k, FlashRam)
  • GameShark cheats.
  • IPS/APS patches.
  • USB port for development. (X7 only)


EverDrive64 X5 vs. EverDrive64 X7:


FLASH CART DISCLAIMER

A) PIRACY – Stone Age Gamer Retroworks, Inc. ("Stone Age Gamer") does not support or condone piracy. Flash carts and similar devices Stone Age Gamer sells and supports are intended to be used only for the following purposes: development, playing games licensed by Stone Age Gamer for use with the product, and/or playing currently owned personally backed-up games and media where it is legal to do so. Stone Age Gamer does not offer support for any other use of this product.

B) PERSONAL BACK-UPS – In many territories it is legal to make back-ups for personal use and/or archival purposes, however it may not be legal in all territories. Please learn the national and local laws regarding this subject before making back-ups for personal use. Please note, in most territories "Personal Back-up" means exactly that; back-ups you made yourself of games you currently own. This often does not include back-ups obtained via other methods (i.e. downloading), even if it is a game you physically own.

C) DAMAGE – Neither Stone Age Gamer or the manufacturer is responsible for any damage of property this product may cause. This is a new product intended to be used on electronic hardware that exceeds two decades in age and Stone Age Gamer can’t guarantee the condition of such hardware. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.

D) MODIFICATION & USE – Any unauthorized modification and/or non-intended use of this or any other flash cart product sold by Stone Age Gamer shall void both manufacturer and retailer warranties of that product.

E) CLONE / MODIFIED CONSOLES – Flash carts were developed and intended to be used on un-modified original hardware using original hardware accessories. Stone Age Gamer does not guarantee flash cart operation on clone consoles or modified consoles. Flash carts may operate on some clone consoles or modified consoles. However, due to power consumption changes, random hardware changes and/or firmware updates of those consoles we cannot offer a guarantee of flash cart compatibility. Any returns due to incompatibility with clone consoles or modified consoles will result in no refund of any shipping costs and a 10% restocking fee if no defect is found during testing.

3 Reviews

  • 5
    Everdrive 64 x7

    Posted by Robert M on May 18th 2021

    A lot of people have called this the perfect flash cart for the N64 simply because it does everything you would want it to do. And I have to agree, there's no other options and there aren't really any complaints or wishes for a new one.

    This can be used (with specific files) to even try out the DD games. Fantastic flash cart, and I really loved the transparent one with the gold sticker. A very unique, but very 'gold edition Zelda64' looking set that matches the aesthetic of the N64.

  • 5
    Intuitive, Affordable, Looks Great!

    Posted by Graham on May 6th 2021

    I had approached ROMs and flash carts with some anxiety. I'm not the most tech savvy person there is, and I was worried that there must be some detail I was missing in how exactly to go about using them. However, the thought of Banjo Kazooie again pushed me over the hump and I pulled the trigger.

    I am so glad I did.

    I bought the Deluxe edition which included the printed instructions; being an old man this gave me peace of mind. While the box is certainly cool and has nice goodies that a collector would enjoy, those more confident in their skills can probably skip the Deluxe unless you are a collector.

    Adding ROMs and folders and such could not have been easier. The games boot up promptly and play spectacularly. While the upfront cost of the cart may widen the eyes, the money you save in the long run makes this a no-brainer. Plus, the design of this particular model really looks great sticking out the top of the console (for those concerned with such aesthetics).

    Overall, definitely worth a purchase, whether you are a grizzled ROM veteran or someone just dipping your toes in.

  • 5
    Checks all the boxes for me

    Posted by Chris B on Apr 19th 2021

    I needed an Everdrive for a couple reasons.
    1) N64 Joysticks notoriously go bad over time. If you want to test how out of whack your controllers are, you'll need an Everdrive to run software to do exactly that. In addition, if you're modding your controllers with something like the SteelStick, this is how you can do A-to-B comparisons.
    2) You can play unreleased titles like Dinosaur Planet or Romhacks like Last Impact
    3) You now have access to the entire library. There were a half-dozen titles that were on my list to play, but their combined cost was over twice what the ED64 costs. It was a no-brainer