- Seimitsu LS-32 with 34 mm blue ball top
- Sanwa 30 mm OSBN-30 blue pushbuttons (6 pcs)
- Seimitsu 24 mm PS-14-DN
black pushbuttons (3 pcs)
- Ultimarc MiniPAC with harness
- E-limitator - 2/4/8 way electronic switch (testing it)
The LS-32 is the choosen because of the small dimensions and
short throw. Unfortunately there isn't room for an UltraStik
360, because I wanted to make it as flat as possible to make it
look better and play more comfortable. In addition to the
encoder I am testing a E-limitator from ArcadeShop.de to see if
it is an alternative to the UltraStik. Who knows.
Made entirely from 5mm laser cut black acrylic
sheet. Acrifix 116 is used for bonding the parts. See
step by step
The cabinet will fit any mini-itx
board and 2.5" hard disk and provide cooling for it.
I recommend a mother board with HDMI.
AMD Dual-Core Processor
Radeon HD 6310 - DX11
1024 MB DDR3-1333
64 GB SSD SATA6 - Crucial C300 RealSSD
Asrock E350M1 mini-itx ( 170x170 mm )
PicoPSU 80 watt + Generic 12 volt 60 watt external PSU
60 mm fan
The parts are
picked out to be the least power consuming and thus generating
the least amount of heat. I would recommend the new AMD Zacate /
Fusion platform not. It's much better and faster than Atom.
Takes op less space too.
- Windows 7 Starter edition x86
- Maximis Arcade with custom layout
- MAME 0.139
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