Super HD System 3 PRO

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Super HD System 3 PRO

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Ever dream of having your whole library of TurboGrafx-16 / PCEngine / SuperGrafx huCard and CD-ROM games in a PCEngine? The Super HD System 3 PRO allows you to load your game back-ups (commonly known as ROMs or ISOs) on a microSD card, put the SD card into the Super HD System 3 PRO, which attaches to the expansion port of your PCEngine, and now you have your list of games at your finger tips. Please read the FLASH CART DISCLAIMER below before purchasing.


  • NEW TO SUPER HD! SuperGrafx game support. Play SuperGrafx games on your PCEngine.
  • NEW TO SUPER HD! HD video out. 480p or 720p.
  • NEW TO SUPER HD! Load open source FPGA cores to emulated other systems such as the NES.
  • Featuring an easy to use menu supporting CD (.cue) and HuCard (.pce) images.
  • Built-in System Cards for CD-ROM², Super CD-ROM² and Arcade CD-ROM² games.
  • Play any CD game without needing to have a System Card Plugged in.
  • Stores per game backup RAM to microSD allowing infinite game saves.
  • No need for additional storage accessories
  • Instantaneous HuCard loads, using on-board RAM memory.
  • Faster loading times than actual CD Hardware.
  • In-Game menu trigger for faster game switch.
  • Compatible with : PCEngine, CoreGrafx, CoreGrafx II, and SuperGrafx.
    NOT PHYSICALLY COMPATIBLE WITH TURBOGRAFX-16. Not officially supported by TerraOnion. The Super HD System 3 PRO will technically work on a TG-16 (North American) system, however it may be a very tight fit or it may not fit some TG-16 systems at all. May require loosening of screws to fit. Neither TerraOnion or Stone Age Gamer offers any TG-16 support due to this issue. 10% re-stocking fee on any return regarding this issue.
  • MicroSD slot compatible with large SD Card support.
  • Plays CD-ROM², Super CD-ROM², Arcade CD-ROM² and huCard.
  • Allows you to dump your personal huCards to the microSD.


Before inserting the Super HD System 3 PRO into your system please make sure all pins on the system's expansion port are straight and aligned. Insert the Super HD System 3 PRO very slowly. When inserting the Super HD System 3 PRO if there is any resistance please stop insertion immediately and check to make sure there are no pins that are bent. Failure to do this could result in bent or broken pins. There is no way for the Super HD System 3 PRO to bend or break expansion port pins unless the pins were already misaligned, bent, or broken beforehand. As stated in our Flash Cart Disclaimer: Neither Stone Age Gamer or the manufacturer is responsible for any damage of property this product may cause. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.


  There may be audio noise that some users find distracting when using this product with a Framemeister via RGB. This is an issue with the Framemeister itself and not with this product. Stone Age Gamer charges a 15% re-stocking fee and no refund of any shipping costs due to returns regarding this issue.

Turbo EverDrive vs. Turbo EverDrive PRO vs. Super HD System 3 PRO:


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.

20 Reviews

  • 5
    Ultimate PC Engine CD Flascart/ODE (?)

    Posted by Arturo Cevallos Soto on Jan 24th 2023

    I got this product with the intention of playing PC Engine CD games on the actual console. I can confirm it does that very well ... for a hefty price.

    TerraOnion is infamous for their expensive solutions, but there`s no false advertising: their products do what they say they do. And most of the time they are the only people providing these solutions.

  • 4
    Super HD System Pro

    Posted by Michael Medina on Aug 24th 2022

    I love this thing. It's very interesting considering the capabilities. There's only 2 things that bother me about it. The color they chose is not the greatest and the fact that it emulates the Super Grafx. I use it with my Super Grafx which is kind of pointless. I'm probably going to start using it with my pc engine instead. Overall I love it!

  • 4
    Awesome but...

    Posted by Simon Arcand on Jul 7th 2022

    With all the possibilities that this device offers, i’d say it’s worth the investment. The PC Engine and Turbografx 16 have a lot of hard to find and extremely expensive games so being able to acces them all with one device is great indeed. Not only there’s that, but also the option of greatly improving the picture quality. Both analog and digital video are supported so you’re covered with CRT and more modern tvs! The only thing I think needs improvement is that the device is not able to properly accommodate the Turbografx 16 console…

  • 5
    Great addon

    Posted by Steven C on May 27th 2022

    If you are interested in a turbografx16 this is definitely a must. You can play cd games and super grafx games all on a base TurboGrafx or PC engine.

  • 5
    Does everything!

    Posted by Mike C on May 11th 2022

    I’m using this on a CoreGrafx and it’s become one of my favorite accessories in my collection. The PCE and SuperGrafx (all 6 games) functionality is perfect. The CD support is really good but finding the right combination of options and System Card can be a little tricky now and again. The video options are really good and the HDMI output is fantastic.
    The NES FPGA core is as ridiculous and unnecessary as it fun. Why this is a thing i’ll never know but it works great and is a cool novelty.
    The cover art view is really cool and looks like something from the era of the system. Be prepared to spend some time renaming files if you want your whole library to have covers, it will find most of them, though.

    When you factor in the price of a super grafx, a TurboCD, a flash cart, and an RGB mod the $300+ price point on this thing is super appealing. Everything it does, it does really well. I’d love to see a firmware that made pairing / recommending a SystemCard with a CD image easier.

    It also looks really awesome. People grumble about it not matching the system’s white, gray, or black plastic but i think the bright blue looks amazing. And MAJOR kudos to TE for having this powered from the console and it having another power cable in the mix.

  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by Mike M on Feb 21st 2022

    Works great and totally worth the money. I used it on my north American model. I would recommend that if people do this they take apart the super hd system 3 and reassemble it after the board is fully connected.

  • 5
    All in one ODE

    Posted by AJ on Feb 19th 2022

    If you have a PCEngine or one of the many different models, this is an all in one solution that let's you play every possible game. The CD games run extremely well, which is fantastic because a majority of the software really worth diving into on the PCEngine is CD based. Two of the big selling points are the Super Grafx games and the HDMI out. If you run a modern set up with an HD tv, then the output is super crisp and looks amazing, especially with the sharp filter. It has the ability to RGB out as well if you use a CRT tv that's compatible. Either way it's a tremendous improvement over the built in composite video. The Super Grafx compatibility is a nice addition, but there are literally less than 10 games that were made for it. It's nice, but you're honestly not missing much without it. That being said, it really is the ultimate addon to the PCEngine and totally worth it if you're interested in experiencing the best the library has to offer.

  • 5

    Posted by david holmes on Jan 30th 2022

    The Super HD System Pro is an amazing accessory for my TurboGrafx 16. The games load fast and I have yet to run across any problems. This has been the best purchase I have made for My Turbo.

  • 3
    Super HD System 3 Pro

    Posted by A So-So Upgrade on Jan 26th 2022

    To review this product, a few points need to be made first and then separated by the users who would buy this.

    Let's give an overview first:

    Firstly, as it's predecessor the Super SD System 3, this device plays all Hu-Cards and CD games (CD-ROM2, Super CD-ROM2, or Arcade CD-ROM2). It also includes a Sega Genesis/Mega Drive 2 port for composite and RGB out with the appropriate cables. That remains the same but with better tweaks to the video and audio.

    However, new to this incarnation of the device is an HDMI output for straight HDMI video and audio without the need of a scaler such as an OSSC, Framemeister, or Retrotink 5x. Also new to this device is support for Supergrafx games on a standard PC Engine device. The device uses the FPGA on board to emulate the remaining chips the SuperGrafx games need to function, much like the device already does for the Arcade CD-ROM.

    This is where we encounter the first problem. Normally, you'd be able to play Hu-Cards still while this is attached to your PC Engine. But for SuperGrafx, since there's a conflict, you will not be able to play your SuperGrafx Hu-Cards while this is attached to your SuperGrafx. So if you're looking to use this on a SuperGrafx, you'd be better off buying the original Super SD System 3 from here and using that. You won't get HDMI out or SuperGrafx emulation, but you really don't need it if you have a scaler.

    Another problem is price. This device is $320. When you factor in everything it does, it's a great price and if you don't already have the Super SD System 3 and want to play on original hardware, the price is a steal and highly recommended.

    That being said if you already have a Super SD System 3 and don't care about an HDMI port or SuperGrafx support, then it's just best to keep what you have for now until support stops for this unit. In my opinion, there's nothing justifying paying another $130 to upgrade.

    If you already use a MiSTer device and don't care about original hardware too much, you don't need this at all. Your device literally does everything this device does and is constantly updated.

    My small gripe personally is that this doesn't come in different colors and instead of a neutral smoke color like last time, they went with this solid blue. Especially when we have replacement shells available for the PC Engine, the blue really stands out and not in a good way.

    So in conclusion, with better devices like the MiSTer out there, a predecessor with better support on a SuperGrafx console, and the $130 upgrade cost for existing users just for an HDMI port and an FPGA core for a SuperGrafx, I'm just giving this 3 stars.

    However as I said if you don't have a MiSTer or one of these devices and want to play everything on your PC Engine console, then I give this four stars.

    It's just not for everyone when there's better solutions out there for the money.