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Eltech's Completed Build: Cosmo

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 9 days ago

Sorry, it seems the original link from my custom backplate of the GTX 1050 Ti I purchased is an error missing page.

Hopefully this link is OK:

They keep updating their website.

Lokorfi's Completed Build: Lucky Pennies

Eltech 19 Builds 2 points 12 days ago

I looked closely to the motherboard from OP's photo #5 and it appears to be GA-AB350M-DS3H Rev 1.1. (Even the photo that shows the box of the MOBO says it too).

I'm not sure if PCPP has it in their database just yet? The GA-AX370M-DS3H can easily be mixed up due to both appearances have a similar layout, but the names on the motherboards are different. Hopefully OP will clarify about the confusion soon.

PC_Mate's Completed Build: mean machine

Eltech 19 Builds 2 points 13 days ago

Hey PC_mate, well done! Beautiful cable management and what a great build. It should serve well for its purposes and it looks lovely. Here's my one and support to you.

Eltech's Completed Build: Cosmo

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 17 days ago

Coldzero recently updated their website, and it's taken them some time to re-display some of their GTX 1050 Tis (though certain GTX 1050s are not appearing anymore). I also think it depends which manufacturer they had ready, but they can most certainly accommodate any NVIDIA and AMD graphics if it's not showing (or they don't have) on the list of backplates.

Which GPU backplate were you searching for? I can help you search for it and if it's not on their website you can email and request about a custom backplate to your GPU's type, product number, and the dimensions from the back of the GPU. (They might ask for a scanned image of the GPU's back section so they know where the holes are exactly.)

The one I purchased no longer seems to exist but it's the same page and the correct model I had regardless. It seems they added in "FTW" on both of the backplates now.

What I purchased (now has FTW): Evga GTX 1050Ti FTW Gpu Backplate (Layout 2)

I'm certain if you wish to keep the "FTW" off and same for the "SC" text which you can request it by email. Or can also mention this in your "comment" section when you are placing an order. All the colors are changeable too to meet your needs (the base of the backplate, text, adding in your image if you have something you wish, etc.)

baschwar's Completed Build: Yet Another Gaming Console PC

Eltech 19 Builds 1 point 25 days ago

Hey no problem. And that's good to know about the FTZ & RVZ 01s and also the RVZ 03. Thanks for informing and your response too.

baschwar's Completed Build: Yet Another Gaming Console PC

Eltech 19 Builds 1 point 27 days ago

You have purchased two Fractal Design slim fans for the GPU chamber, I take it then that the Node 202 DOESN'T come with a pair of proprietary slim fans like my RVZ 01 did? That seems like gouging you as a client, IMHO. Surely they could've included those in the package. This being the case... did you buy these slim fans specifically because they were by Fractal Design as is your case? ...

I have the Fractal Design Node 202 as well and they don't provide 120mm case fans with Node 202. One has to purchase one or two yourself. I cannot speak for OP as to why they purchased those particular case fans, but I'm just as guilty too! Though I wanted white case fans to see them (without LED effects) and to try their case fan products. My case fans aren't a slim version and I was able to fit a GTX 1070 with no issues (my GTX 1070 is only temporary to be in the Node for now).

Eltech's Completed Build: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 1 month ago

You are too kind. And oh my it's usually worth it once you get read and practice when working on computers. I'm really a visual learner (and self-taught) but without the terminology and practice then I be lost.

Eltech's Completed Build: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 1 month ago

Goodness, it's been a while since I worked in the case. (I think it was two years ago). In general summary it was an interesting process to work in, but workable in the end result.

I do admit that the front panel connections with an additional 2.5" storage cage section is very tight and will be awkward to work on for sure once you are done adding in the parts.

I do recall that both panels were heavy and I was klutzy the first time. Internally the case is spacious enough to work in, but not too many way to make the cables hidden so the idea is probably to take advantage any zip-tie/velcro strap capabilities. (I didn't have any velcro straps originally so I would recommend using those for the thick cables).

The storage panel that is near the window is kind of awkward too since it's more ideal to use if you don't want to use the bottom section of the case for a 3.5" HDD. Technically you use the bottom for case fans (120mms) or you could install a couple of 3.5" hard drives.

GPU installation was a breeze I think, it's upside down, but no issues there. Enough space to install an PCIEx1 WiFi too. If using an optical drive then consider the possibility of the GPU being short for the sake of cable management and not having to wrestle inside it. Could get away with a two fan GPU, but I'll be honest it would be a headache to work with a optical drive involved too.

PSU installation wasn't too bad and it was different but it worked out well. I think you could also get away with a SFX PSU to shorten the cable length in this case, pricey though, but it's a theory so to speak.

I do love the ease of removing the mesh top filter of the case and the bottom cover (underneath the case itself) is magnetized so it's very easy to remove and clean out the dust this way while using a Datavac.

I didn't have much issues with fan installations because it was easy to manage the wires inside the case due to a few ways to zip-tie the wires with the case. Plenty of ways to install 120mm case fans here, so it will really depend upon how one prefers the airflow to be. (I normally do the following methods, bottom/front is intake and back/top is exhaust. Should be able to install a 240mm radiator at the top of the case or a 120mm radiator for the back of the case if prefer liquid cooling.

I think the weakest part of the entire case, as odd it sounds, would be the external silicon handles on the top and bottom section of the case. They aren't very strong but after a few years they are doing OK so I would recommend to be gentle with them.

+1. An amazing build, yet again.

(P.S: how do you keep doing great builds?)

I truly appreciate your support and your plus one. Thank you, thank you! And... I'm not sure about being great builds. Practice, practice, practice... plenty of practice and reading about computers over time. I'm just an average builder is all, but thank you.

Eltech's Completed Build: Okurimono (???)

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 1 month ago

Such poetry. Big wow.

I'm being serious here. This is an absolutely amazing computer build and narrative about said build. And the pictures, too. Many builds I've seen have only 1 or 2 pictures and people ask for more. This is WAY over that. I didn't have time to look through them all! I'm not criticising you, but rather, congratulating you on being able to take pictures throughout the entire build. There's no way I'd be able to stop myself from the build to take pictures.

Aw, what a high compliment! I truly appreciate your support and kind words. I do my best and hoping it'll be something more often down the road when building computers. Maybe not poetry nor quotes but the effort will continue on.

The quotes are amazing. If this wasn't ever a featured build, then it should be now, even though it's about 6 months old now (from publishing).

I'm glad you like the quotes. And no this was never featured and will not be ever but the compliments and support I receive is truly feature-worthy enough.

Keep the good builds and descriptions coming!

Thank you! I will do my best and try to improve a little with every build I intend to post here.

Eltech's Completed Build: HP Mini 110-4250NR

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 1 month ago

Aw... understandable. :(

Gooberdad's Completed Build: Junk Yard Dog. The Ebay Oculus build.

Eltech 19 Builds 1 point 1 month ago

I understand it needs to be above 90FPS, but I haven't tested it yet. I've got Superposition benchmark on anotherPC. Just need to install it. I haven't noticed anything unusual yet.

Aha, gotcha. Hopefully it's doing well, but I'm going to guess it is OK unless you notice any stutters / lag.

...I don't like that it goes into full screen in some games on the 4k tv it's connected to. Makes me wonder if that's like running 6 1080p monitors.(assuming the oculus counts as two and 4k counts as 4)

Oh? What screen mode you try to stay as with VR? (I'm forgetting the terminology here... because I haven't gamed much lately) Fullscreen Borderless or Window Borderless? Or just some type of Window mode?

evilmunky45's Completed Build: Made a PC for my Mom :)

Eltech 19 Builds 2 points 1 month ago

This is very touching and love that you helped your mom out. Sounds like she is loving it and is grateful for a major upgrade for her uses. Awesome work and this will last her for a while. You have my one and support,

Gooberdad's Completed Build: Junk Yard Dog. The Ebay Oculus build.

Eltech 19 Builds 1 point 1 month ago

Oi, I've done that before too. Forgetting to save the changes in the BIOS and even when overclocking a CPU/RAM.

And sounds about right with temps, though yours sounds way better then my experience comparing with my i7-4790K. I cannot go beyond 4.4GHz with my CPU due to the temps can reach in the 80°C range (not far behind a 90°C but never seen that temp thankfully).

I'm certain a delid will help greatly as I haven't had time to delid my own CPU. I'm certain you'll see an improvement in temps when that occurs. Could always try a stable 4GHz too if need to decrease some more or just back to default settings if necessary. Otherwise sounds it's OK regardless so you can just keep an eye on it if it ever seems close to 90-100° C.

I know the max temp a 4th generation can handle is 105° C. While the 6-8th generations may be 100° C max temp (I could be wrong here). Not that I want to see such temperatures to begin with.

...I'd wager going to a more powerful GPU would be the best move if we find the VR performance lacking.

That's understandable. What is the FPS range when doing VR in 1080p?

Eltech's Completed Build: HP Mini 110-4250NR

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 1 month ago

Hey no worries. I'm glad you're still with us as I know the staff here take their rules of conduct very serious which is understandable. I also think they give grace too as long it's not a repeat x-amount of times and to not give a further reason for them to take another step of action..

No idea how long they ban voting or comments since I never been there before. I been warned once of "spam" in the past which is fine but nothing too serious at my end. Again, glad you're still with us.

Eltech's Completed Build: HP Mini 110-4250NR

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 1 month ago

Thank you very much! It was a small project to work but it still works thankfully. Thanks for your support, always.

Psst. Still hoping to see your dad's old PC one day.

Me too, me too. I hope that IBM is doing OK in the shed. The weather has been changing a lot here. Snow, rain, hail, cold winds.

Gooberdad's Completed Build: Junk Yard Dog. The Ebay Oculus build.

Eltech 19 Builds 1 point 1 month ago

Awesome work and I enjoyed reading about this build. Despite all the obstacles you had, it turned out great! Also nice overclock with the i5-4690K, it will serve you well for a while. Very neat to see how the VR works despite I'll never be interested nor will ever use it. Sounds like you and your son are enjoying it, and make sure no one falls or hits into something too often. ;)

Thanks for sharing this and looking forward to see more of your builds. Keep it up! Plus one!

NvidiaNewt's Completed Build: Cobalt

Eltech 19 Builds 1 point 1 month ago

Thank you too for sharing. :)

NvidiaNewt's Completed Build: Cobalt

Eltech 19 Builds 2 points 1 month ago

...some might criticize me for spending extra on aesthetics in what is essentially a budget build, but for me a computer is as much the artful centerpiece of a room as it is a functional utilitarian tool for getting stuff done.

No criticism here. Only to say I agree about keeping the computer aesthetic pleasing yet still provides the necessary functions that it's designed to be for its purpose. (Even if there is none, but a build that is very well organized and thought out is easily noticed).

I enjoyed reading your description and amazing work with hunting deals on Ebay and keeping some left over parts, especially the RAM. Oh my goodness, I'll never feel at ease with the couple of RAMs I have purchased for 8GBs alone... $100~ per pair of RAM which is the most I have every purchased now.

I love how it turned out. Awesome work and a lovely story to read about. Enjoy your build! +1

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 1 month ago

A Raspberry Pi (1-3) in general will not be able to handle very well with PC gaming these days. It will handle games that aren't graphic demanding in 720p, like python games or some 1980-1990s video games and this isn't necessary all console games either. Some PS1 and N64 games may be OK and some games may not run too well with a Raspberry Pi 3.

Something like this can get you started in the PC gaming spectrum in 1920 x 1080 resolution. This particular has three different type of video output connectors for the sake of variety from monitors (old and new) or at least the HDMI for a modern TV. It wouldn't be able to overclock the CPU but RAM can be overclocked which is good enough. If the BIOS isn't up to date though then you will have to contact AMD and request a "Boot Kit" which basically give a processor to temporary use, but the processor must be returned in 10 business days.

Unless you are really that tight and it has to be close to $400 or below that price range then you could do a 1280 x 720 resolution PC gaming. Consider the option to purchase a used hard drive from Amazon. The risk is hoping it's not too bad in shape and the usage of storage is OK for data reading/transfer.


Another last resort option is if you can't afford much right now but possibly just the hardware alone. You have an option to install a 64-bit with a 8GB USB Flash Drive for Linux Mint or Ubuntu which I would recommend for a desktop environment. Know how to prepare and set it up for Steam. Keep in mind not all games are supported by Linux but there is certainly a large amount of games available. Just don't expect the latest games to be available:

The idea is if you don't plan on playing the latest games then you will be OK here and saves you an extra $80~$125 from the OS. Or it's a temporary solution for now until you save enough money to be able to purchase a Windows 10 64-bit. Then you could dual-boot these two OS or wipe out the partition and install only Windows.


Keyboard, Mouse, Monitor/TV and WiFi weren't included. Rebates were avoided.

You could also consider to see if you can find leftover parts such as a hard drive, case, peripherals, maybe a dedicated GPU but still would recommend a new PSU regardless unless you know the PSU is a decent quality and not close to 7-10 years old. I wish I had more solutions to keep the costs cheaper these days, but it's all I can think of for now.

Forum Topic "Rainbow Six Siege-4K"

Eltech 19 Builds 1 point 1 month ago

I used to be able to get decent/mostly maxed 4K with my GTX 1070 paired with the i7-4790K in Rainbow Six Siege until Outbreak came around this year then I switched back to 1440p to get my original graphic settings. No biggie for me personally.

I do agree though. A decent 4K or better is recommend to get the GTX 1080 or the GTX 1080 Ti.

ApocPony's Completed Build: AMD Console Fusion

Eltech 19 Builds 3 points 1 month ago

This was built for my wife so she could have her own computer as she always hogs my main rig to do important tasks, like play Candy Crush and surf the web.

It also seconds as a travelling gaming PC as I'm away with work fairly often.

Sounds like your wife and yourself is enjoying this cute little PC. It turned out great and love that it matches your main rig with the vinyl wood. This should be featured. Awesome work ApocPony and keep it up! Plus one.

chan_solo's Completed Build: RyzBen

Eltech 19 Builds 3 points 2 months ago

"Help me Ryz-Benobi. You're my only hope."

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 2 months ago

No worries and that'll be awesome!

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 2 months ago

Yes, they have those too. It should fit for your Pi B+. :)

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 2 months ago

I'm not sure what you may want to represent it as since you made the effort to get it together and working; however, I can throw in a couple of ideas:

  • Kirby

  • TBS (Tiny but Strong)

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 2 months ago

I had to search online to find a particular case for my Pi 3. Depending which model case you'll need (Pi 1 B+, yes?). I'm not sure if they supply a large variety of cases that come with heatsinks plus a fan but here are a few I was able to find on Amazon.


===Case Kit Options for Pi 1 B+===

1) Makerfire Raspberry Pi B+ Case Protective Case Enclosure Box with Mini Cooling Fan Heatsink Kit

2) Eleduino Raspberry Pi 3 ,Pi 2, B+ Aluminum Alloy Metal Case Enclosure with Heatsinks(Black)


===Enclosed Case Only===

There are a lot of Pi cases these days, but have to make sure it will fit your particular model.

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 2 months ago

Awesome! I'm happy for you! At least it's a hardware that can be used as a lite/everyday use computer.

Laro's Completed Build: $420 Gaming PC Build for Beginner PC Builders/Cheap, Beginner PC Gamers

Eltech 19 Builds 2 points 2 months ago

I don't think this is a completed build. Your part list and photos have no correlation with each other. (Plus the second photo seems to be used from many different websites).

Please use your own photos and don't use photos from others when posting a completed build. And it's OK to have a build guide as I see you made one already just don't use the completed builds like this.

Radox-0's Completed Build: The Pinnacle - Shift X Custom loop HTPC

Eltech 19 Builds 2 points 2 months ago

Why your Shift has earned the feature spotlight with the lovely monochrome scheme that has enough lighting to make it radiate with beauty. I never get tired of your builds Radox. Amazing work with your build, photos, and your description. Keep it up!

Please take my one as I'll hear no buts about it.

liquid3100's Completed Build: The Mastodon

Eltech 19 Builds 2 points 2 months ago

Great first build. Looking forward for more photos to come!

I do have a question, what type of FPS games have you tried so far with Ryzen 5 2400's iGPU? (Radeon Vega 11) I'm very curious about your results on FPS, resolution and the graphic settings with the games you have been able to play so far.

Again, good work on your parts and enjoy it! +1

Tgraeme1701's Completed Build: Batman Beyond Build

Eltech 19 Builds 1 point 2 months ago

Nice, sounds like it's doing well! And that would be sweet if you can get it to 3.9GHz in the future. Otherwise, yes AMD's Ryzen stockfans are better than what their previous (older versions) stockfans were. Thanks for your responses and enjoy your build! :)

guitpicker007's Completed Build: Curly

Eltech 19 Builds 2 points 3 months ago

It's great to see Bloomfields are still useful despite their age. Awesome. +1

Lurpticon's Completed Build: My Slight Upgrade to My First Budget Build 07/30/2017

Eltech 19 Builds 4 points 3 months ago

=== KITTY MEOWS PC IS UNDER CONSTRUCTION ===

Tgraeme1701's Completed Build: Batman Beyond Build

Eltech 19 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

Nice work with this build. How are you temps once you modded the front section for improving the airflow? How much of a difference did you see?

I like it and this will serve you well. +1

sluigi96's Completed Build: AMD Ryzen™ 3 2200G + ZOTAC GTX 1050 Ti

Eltech 19 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

When I bought the motherboard from a store in my area, they have updated the bios to the latest version so that the new ryzen 2200g that I have would work. I did not have any issues so far booting up and installing windows 10. It is just like any other PC out there.

That's good at least. Had a feeling the BIOS was up to date! Nice it worked out smoothly.

Having built and tested a number of PC's in the past with HDD's installed, there is a significant increase in boot times and programs load faster thanks to the optane module. In my opinion, an M.2 SSD is definitely a better option if you have the budget or want to get more performance out of your money. I use an NVME M.2 as well on my personal gaming pc.

Right.

Having said that, the optane is a great budget option for entry level builds and for people who are starting to get into PC gaming, etc. Speeds are pretty close to SATA SSD, or maybe I havent noticed the difference at all.

I'm sure it's all good. I was curious if you were counting the seconds on boot ups with the OS between applications you used. Guessing you see around 5~10 seconds with the OS and possibly 1-3 seconds with most applications or web browser load ups?

I have also calculated some of the cost if someone would want to go with a 120GB/240GB SSD plus a 1TB HDD vs 16GB/32GB Optane + 1TB HDD and I think you get better value with your money ($80-$200 range) with the optane combo. Just my opinion. Thank You for the feedback! :D

For my situation it would be about about $10-$45 difference between an Intel Optane Memory versus a 120Gb~256GB M.2. SSD. Hence why this is subjective/varies a lot for others. Yet understandable on what you said. Thanks for your lovely responses. :)

sluigi96's Completed Build: AMD Ryzen™ 3 2200G + ZOTAC GTX 1050 Ti

Eltech 19 Builds 2 points 3 months ago

Simple, clean cable management, and looks great. Question is how does it perform so far? Any troubleshooting on BIOS/OS/Software etc. or nothing to report about that?

I know this is subjective but was the Intel Optane Memory necessary? Could have waited and saved money down the road for an M.2. SSD instead of the Intel Optane but I'm certain the boot speed is great regardless. (Otherwise, yes it's already built and I'm certain it's satisfactory).

The main point is: great work and enjoy. Thanks for sharing. +1

Forum Topic "Gaming Rules"

Eltech 19 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

What were my parent's rules about video games was that I had to finish my homework, do chores, and couldn't be up pass a certain hour which was around 9PM the latest. And this was when I was a kid through my teens.

I was very guilty breaking the hour rule a lot when I was 10 (and yes some before that age). Though age 4-9 I was really more an arcade girl than video game consoles in the house until N64 came into my life then it slowly went the other way around. PC gaming was barely exposed and wasn't really into them heavily until 17. Though the rules still applied until I was a stubborn, pain in the arse, 18 year old. (Plus the hour rule was gone by this time.)

  • I wasn't allowed to own rated M games (except I had at least three Rated M games approved by my parents when I was a kid and a teen). Until I became 18 then I was able to purchase rated M games, though ironically I was pretty selective on my choice of games when I was 18 (which most were still rated E-T video games).

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

Hey and thank you Camranatic! It was brief two weeks ago, but it was such an honor. Thanks for your support!

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

Great, I will let you know very soon. Hopefully sometime soon this week when I have a spare evening to try it out. It'll be cool to find out.

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

Goodness, that is quite far back. I would say an upgrade is worth while if are interested of the Pi 3. Sorry for a late response on my end.

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

Hi Apoc,

Sorry for a late response on my end.

Thank you so much for your lovely compliments and your support. I'm glad and feel honored you checked this out. I appreciate it and may you have a great week!

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

Thankfully the case is compatible for Raspberry Pi 2 and Pi 3. And you are correct, I read some articles stating that the Pi 3 can reach as high as 80° C without heatsinks and a fan which this throttles it. Seems like the Pi 3 can reduce around 10° C. And I'm not sure how much a Pi 3 can overclock quite yet, but seems like around 1.3GHz with heatsinks and a case fan.

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

Is that Raspberry Pi 2's first version or their 1.2v? I'm assuming the first as you said earlier.

  • First version: Broadcom BCM2836 32-Bit Quad Core Processor @ 900 MHz
  • Version 1.2: Broadcom BCM2837 64-Bit Quad Core Processor @ 900 MHz

It may only depend if you prefer something more CPU and RAM performance with some additional features which can expand more possibilities of what you intend to do with the Pi 3. I do admit its nice to have WiFi and Bluetooth along more USB ports. Though keep in mind the Pi 3 can get more warm then its predecessors which is why I wanted heatsinks and a fan. Since the power supply is 2.5A to power the Pi 3 without it crashing with the Power Supply 1.8A.

Basically it really depends if you would like to expand to something more with different Operating Systems and many other projects is all I can say.

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

Sorry for a late response. I was pretty busy plus had to sleep. I have not tried OpenArena. It's a free open source FPS game Quake3 Arena, correct?

I will let you know and see how it goes. Is there a preference? Singe-player and Multiplayer? Or does it not matter as long you know it runs? And I'll make sure to see how the temps are too.

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

Thanks Battlestar! And thanks for the support. I always appreciate it. (You mention not a full system because it cannot handle a full OS and hardware is already built into the the motherboard which has its limitations due to the processor, RAM, GPU, etc is soldered? I know it's not Intel nor AMD hardware.) Regardless, this computer is able to do some basic tasks and it's quite fun to work on with many possibilities besides a bare bone desktop environment.

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

:)

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

It is certainly a tiny powerful computer. Unfortunately, it will not run a full version of Windows 10. It can run a Windows 10 loT Core which is ideal for servers or temperature sensor.

Another OS option, besides NOOBS or Raspbian, is Ubuntu MATE or Ubuntu Core. RetroPie which you can certainly play some classic games from past consoles like Atari, GameGear, GameBoy, Nintendo, Super Nintendo and much more! Make sure you have the original games first (due to copyright, though this can vary yet ethically should have a physical cartridge of the game.)

There are many possibilities to do with a Raspberry Pi, it just all depends on what your purpose is for your Pi. Realistically it's not Intel and AMD hardware, but it's a very fun project, it's easy to build and it is affordable. And sometimes troubleshooting comes along the way yet it's rewarding and worth it once you got it working.

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 2 points 3 months ago

Aw... Thank you so much! I appreciate the support friend. :)

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

That is wonderful. :)

Eltech's Completed Build: RB-P3

Eltech submitter 19 Builds 1 point 3 months ago

Thanks Gooberdad! I was surprised yesterday.

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