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    Arcade cabinet and PC/Device

    What`s the latest emulation ? It will be mainly for the latest mame along with dreamcast, gamecube and all old retro stuff but will it run ps3 for example, what will this spec run up to ideas ?
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    Arcade cabinet and PC/Device

    Would this be any good please, is there anything else I should ask about I7 3770 Quad Core GTX950 Graphics Card 8gb 1600 ram 250gb 7200 Hard drive Windows 10
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    Pc or device set up with Bigbox

    Yes that's fine, thank you.
  4. Hi all, do we actually sell pc on here with Bigbox already installed and set up just needing activated and to add ROMs ? Or anywhere near set up , please ?
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    Arcade cabinet and PC/Device

    Hi Dragon, I'm not looking to spend to much as cabinet and all accessories will end up adding up do you reckon £300-£350 pounds would suffice or is that not even going to touch it in ref to emulate and run the latest most powerful consoles like PS3. Sounds like the standard size tower would be better to be honest. Thanks again.
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    Arcade cabinet and PC/Device

    Thank you for the swift and detailed reply very much appreciated. I know how to work computers but don't know anything about graphics cards , i5, and and all the things you mentioned. I never even new you could emulate PS3 wow. Ref device I really will need to have some help or more to the point links to the actual pc itself which is setup itself with all the goodness all ready inside it, can you go me with what would be some decent choices to look at purchasing please, I would have no idea where to start with building my own so would be looking for everything already inside the tower. Would it need to be a standard size pc or a mini pc ? I'm presuming bigbox emuktes the afore mentioned PS3 and is this the latest emulation ?
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    Arcade cabinet and PC/Device

    Hi everyone good morning, Firstly may I say it's wonderful to be a part of the launchbox foruma and I for one am really excited about starting a new adventure into a new level of retro goodness, I'm hoping that I can learn from you guys that really know how things roll in this community. I have only just signed up and I've decided bigbox is the way to go ref my requirements and where I need to be, only thing is I really don't know where to start, to start things of I'm looking for some good information/advice on what to buy to run up to the latest emulation, GameCube PS2 or what ever the most powerful emulator may be that is within bigbox, so with that in mind could you guys help me on my below starting points. 1. What device is best to use ? I would guess a PC ( but that's why I'm here I am not sure if there is something better ) 2. If PC is the answer then what PC would run bigbox and all the emulators including roms smoothly, can you link me to some units that perhaps you use with bigbox or have knowledge on them knowing they will be tiptop for BB. 3. This will absolutely be going in an arcade cabinet, so what would be the arcade cabinet to go for, what do you guys have can you show me some pics of your set ups, do you have some links for decent cabinets in the Uk.I would probably go for the 2 player arcade tankstick because I think it looks smart but also looks a little easier to set up rather than buying buttons, joysticks etc however could progress to buying all these parts so is there a cabinet that takes tankstick but could be made into a do it yourself wires, buttons, joystick etc control area, I guess I'm not quite sure yet how and where I want to go with this , it could be sit down or stand up cabinet, really looking for some pics and set ups from the experience and knowledge of the users in this community. Your help is massively appreciated I'm positively looking forward to what you guys can advise me on, thank you so much. PT.art
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