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Friko

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    Intel i5-2400
    GT1030
  1. LOL. The way I start the design of my cabinets is to primarily think about how I want it to play and how to maximize comfort. In this case, I knew I had to get cockpit chairs to begin with. Once I got it, I measured how high I wanted the steering wheel to be and how far the pedals can go. In my case, I was aiming for it to be used from 4+ years old and adults. So I had to get my kids to sit on the chair and take measurements. The rest is just an enclosure to hold the TV and to hide the PC. You should also look at existing arcade driving cabinets to give you ideas with regards to dimensions.
  2. No sorry, everything was done on the fly. There were scribbles here and there for the measurements for the woodcutting but no actual plans of the cabinet
  3. Unless someone can get hold of one of the Rpi and extract the data, I don't think there's hope
  4. Sega uses a Raspberry Pi in the original arcade. I don't think there's an image of it that's downloadable anywhere
  5. Very nice. Did you get the billboard display to work?
  6. What would you like to know more about?
  7. 1. Thrustmaster Ferrari Red Legend edition 2. Oui FFB marche mais pas sur ce volant 3. Maman joue aussi
  8. Upgrade the graphics card and ram
  9. Did some more research on the billboard. It looks like Sega is using a Raspberry Pi to handle the billboard data and output. There goes my hopes to be able to replicate it at home
  10. Once you run shell.exe, you should be able to change it in the settings, if I remember correctly. Have you tried editing x360ce.ini? No idea about DDS files
  11. Your problem: Radeon Get an Nvidia, at least a GT1030
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