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My Zelda Cabinet

Post by Rob Martin on Mon Sep 18, 2017 12:46 pm

While there is still some work to be done on this, such as bezel work, and changing the Plexiglas cover over to tempered glass in the future, this is my baby!


I still want to put in a HDMI switch box and run my spare PS4 in with Chris' Drive, and I also have a secondary drive setup running off of Maximus Arcade. Can't wait to have this all fully functioning.

Right now I have a PC running a new gen i3, with 8gb of ram, and a GT 730. I will probably be updated to 16gb of DDR4 ram, and a GTX 1050ti in a few weeks to give it a bit of a boost.
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Post by Sahadd Prawser on Sat Sep 23, 2017 5:23 pm

Curious on tempered glass? Less scratches?

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Post by Rob Martin on Mon Oct 02, 2017 10:36 am

The plexiglass on this scratches incredibly easily, and when people are being a bit more intense in certain games has a tendency to bounce around a bit. Glass will be much easier to clear, and the extra weight should really help.
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Post by James M on Tue Oct 17, 2017 1:43 am

Use foam weatherstripping tape, works fantastic for plexi or glass. It's dark and has sticky tape on one side, foam on other. Put it between glass and panel and you won't have any movement.

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