mRCaESaR said:Finally, I now have an urge to purchase another one to make into 2x 1p setups (already purchased a 1P panel). I'm just wondering if anyone has linked two cabinets up?
Now I need to purchase another 1P panel and some Brook UFBs!
If you wired it up by their recommendation, press and hold HP (3p) when plugging it in. This should make the pcb be seen as a 360 controller and that's the most compatible for pc I believe
but if it worked on PC since last time then I don't see why it sometimes doesn't recognize on next boot up.
Yes any i5 processor is more than enough for the TTX games that have been released. The requirements to run them are small. Old core2duos and Pentium 4s basically (obviously not recommended because age). Just get a reasonably decent Nvidia card (well maybe graphics issues have since been fixed for ATI) but even those only require fairly old hardware.That's plenty enough to run most MAME roms and Hyperspin. Brad808 can probably chime in on the Taito X2 hardware requirements.
Just get a reasonably decent Nvidia card (well maybe graphics issues have since been fixed for ATI) but even those only require fairly old hardware
A 1030 is again plenty for these games. Here is the system specs of the x2 http://www.system16.com/hardware.php?id=903. If you match or are above that then you are good to go . Since they are just PC's (low spec ones by today's standards) running PC games you only need the same requirements.When you say decent, I'm assuming on-board video doesn't qualify right?
I'll see what I can fit, since it'd need to be half height due to the case's form factor, I'm also not sure if there's a spot for two slots. I'm also assuming that I don't need a GTX 1050 ti? I'm hoping something from the previous generation or a GT 1030 will suffice.