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Zinger19

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  1. Give the app remotr a try. I found that it had much better performance than kino console
  2. It uses mali video drivers and not nvidia. Perhaps some day down the road but as of now it wouldn't work.
  3. This is your answer from another post in the forum by reznnate "Will add support for more devices eventually but only NVIDIA OpenGL drivers work currently. The focus for near-term updates is 'new features' so the mobile Android experience meets or exceeds a PC."
  4. Just tried out the debug build. Everything works like it should. You have to change your key bindings/menu hotkeys to get the settings to stay after you launch inside hyperspin. It seems to be working perfect. Thanks!
  5. I was trying to get retroarch running through hyperspin. Like everyone else, the bindings failed blah blah blah. I think the difference between retroarch and the other emulators is that retroarch requires the cfg file. While the others are coded in to the emulator itself. So when you try to launch retroarch through hyperspin it basically ignores the config file completely because it has no way of reading the config file when in hyperspin. Perhaps in a future update you would be able to make it so you could could point to the config file through the parameters. That would be my guess anyway.
  6. I wouldn't mind seeing this working on an odroid.
  7. Dang...I just bought a 1.5ghz quad core ODROID-C1 for $35 dollars...guess I'll be buying this windows running little beast too if your testing goes well.
  8. I've been here from the beginning and will be here til the end. Glad to see you around again.
  9. Gold members don't expire...unless something changed.
  10. Not well. Some emulators will run fine, but hyperspin will run very slow.
  11. I use a 2.6ghz e3400 dual core celeron(for now anyway). It runs most stuff fine. Except dreamcast,ps2,wii and more intense games as stated above. An i5 would do you good or if on a budget go for an Amd a10-6800k.
  12. Try uninstalling the keyboard driver and then reinstalling it.
  13. Zinger19

    HyperBase Live

    Looks awesome! Can't wait
  14. Zinger19

    80's games

    I think Crazy Kong Jr. was a knock off of DK Jr
  15. The power circuit is either always on or always off. When you unplug it it wont change the circuit connection unless you you physically turn the monitor off. If you want the monitor to power down completely when the compurter is turned off you can use something like the belkin smart strip. It detects whether the computer is on/off and powers everything accordingly. However simply turning off your power strip won't have any effect on your monitor. When plug it back in The monitor will have power too. Any orientation you set your monitor for will be controlled by your videocard so that will remain the same as well.
  16. Check out the samsung Syncmasters. It's what I run in my cab.
  17. I love the hinge. It's genius.
  18. I have an e3400 running in my cab and have no lag at all. You used an integrated celeron. That's like using an atom processor. Anything that is integrated is going not be a very powerful cpu. With that said an i3 is another good solid choice. For your power supply you will want to use a picoPSU. Probably like a120w.
  19. To run hyperspin smoothly I'd recommend something other than an atom processor. Perhaps a dual core Celeron, I3, core duo. Atoms aren'tvery powerful. You'll experience a lot of lag. You can also look at the AMD processor /videocard combos.
  20. You should check out retropi it's alot better in my opinion.
  21. That's really nice and clean and looks better than I ever imagined it would. Most people just cut big holes in the side, but I have to say that looks pretty good.
  22. I have a few. Since i built/rebuilt/ never finished it. Keep an eye on your temps when the box is closed. Find a good way to vent the heat. Perhaps you could make use of the slots on the top and add 3 mini fans. Something i did, which i thought was neat, was i converted the nes ports to USB. Then I chipped all my controllers and added NES cords to each one to use the nes ports. Even my keyboard had one. Made it more seemless. All depends on how you want to do it though. Check out my blog http://nesarcade.blogspot.com/ for some ideas. You'll have to go back a ways to find it, but i tried a lot of different things on my build. I would of finished it if i hadnt had my shitty motherboard die twice. Also don't judge my soldering skills. It was my first time soldring and I obviously sucked. Lol Good luck.
  23. After seeing your woodworking skills I think I'm going to give up mine. Lol Looks sweet.
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