We want to ensure we keep track (as best as we can) of the TNX board stacks across the globe, as more and more have started to pop up now that people are actively looking and know what the distinguishing points are.
What follows is the most up-to-date information that we have – for the owners who have indicated they do not mind their information being made (or has already been made) public.
Please keep in mind that there very well could be more boards in existence than what we have documented and in the hands of other collectors who wish to remain anonymous. For those private collectors, we will document as much of their board stack(s) as possible and list them as ‘anonymous’ and/or ‘N/A’ where appropriate.
If you have a TNX boardset, please consider sharing your information here in the registry. Drop us a line (at the contact form on the right sidebar) and we’ll get back in touch with you to verify board info and then ensure you are added in!
|Owner||Main PCB Serial Number||Expansion PCB Serial Number||Location Found||Date Found||Current Location||Picture
|Nintendo of America||C-01008||N/A|
This boardset had no expansion boards since it was never modified for Popeye.
|Jeff Willard||C-000067||E-001201 & E-001202||USA||USA|
|Peter Koskimäki||C-002745||E-005831 & E-005832||Tokoyo, Japan||07/2017||Sweden|
|Chance Johnson||C-001443||E-002533 & E-002534||Canada (Alberta)||12/2017||Canada (Alberta)|
|John Roger Taraldsen||C-000845||Norway||Norway|
KLOV link with pictures
|Unknown - cannot confirm||Unknown - cannot confirm||Unknown - cannot confirm||Unknown - cannot confirm|