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My Arcade Cabinet, Rig and How I did it

Post by Jonathan Lee on Sun Nov 05, 2017 10:49 am

I wrote a long post on this earlier and it appeared to get deleted so I will summarize. I was talking with James about my rig on Facebook and he told me to talk about it and explain how I did it. However this is what I have in a nutshell:

Cab: Xtension Arcade Cab 32" Pro
Arcade CPU/Gaming CPU: I7 6700K, MOBO Asus Maximus VII Extreme, 16GBs PNY DDR4, Corsair 750 PSU, Corsair AIO, GPU Nvida GTX 1070 FTW Ed. Controls: X-arcade Tank Stick.

If anyone has questions about how I built it on the cheap, hit me up and I can explain.
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Post by Dennis on Thu Nov 09, 2017 8:22 am

Can we start with seeing photos of your setup? Also the size of your computer? Im always interested on how big some of these computers are.
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Post by Sahadd Prawser on Sat Nov 11, 2017 7:15 pm

I'm always very interested in as many details as possible! What happened that you think your post was deleted? A forum error? We shouldn't have been "cleaning up" this area of the forum at all.

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Future arcade build (have most parts already) 4 player arcade with 2 aimtrack guns, 2 spinners, force feedback racing wheel and blissbox adapter with original controllers for the following systems: NES,SNES,Genesis(3 and 6 button controllers), N64, Dreamcast, Wii/WiiU, Xbox one. Might add PS2 controllers but I always hated those.
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Re: My Arcade Cabinet, Rig and How I did it

Post by Jonathan Lee on Sat Nov 18, 2017 6:22 pm

Here are the photos of my rig.  I haven't installed the coin slot yet.  I have been a bit lazy.





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Post by Jonathan Lee on Sat Nov 18, 2017 6:24 pm

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Post by Sahadd Prawser on Sat Jan 06, 2018 6:20 pm

I really dig the computer layout and case.

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Future arcade build (have most parts already) 4 player arcade with 2 aimtrack guns, 2 spinners, force feedback racing wheel and blissbox adapter with original controllers for the following systems: NES,SNES,Genesis(3 and 6 button controllers), N64, Dreamcast, Wii/WiiU, Xbox one. Might add PS2 controllers but I always hated those.
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Post by sajazzman007 on Sat Mar 31, 2018 11:47 pm

I have to add my coin door, side art, etc. It's still a work in progress Smile
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Re: My Arcade Cabinet, Rig and How I did it

Post by James M on Sun Apr 01, 2018 6:33 pm

I don't think a single post has been deleted. Maybe accidentally moved?


Cool cabinet, but that computer is fire. That is some of the cleanest work I've seen, how did you avoid rats nest of cables. I do cables for a living and my computer has so many internal HD's (5 drives) and usb ports (external pci cards for multiple controllers) that it's a mess no matter what i do. That light up video card is hot too...nice!


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