UglyGoblinBoy wrote:Here is my current setup in my office, the basement setup isn't as complicated:)
zeroday wrote:LaCie CRT. I got lucky, it's the best you can get.
TuxTheWise wrote:I'd like to share the setup I finished last week.
I changed Dreamcast power supply by a PicoPSU, to keep everything less hot. I 3D printed the base for the new PSU using the models available here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2308511. In a really hot day (~31 celsius), I measured 35 celsius in the main metal plate and 57 degress in a specific transformer of PicoPSU, what seems OK, since air comes out of the fan much cooler. I also got a bonus: this console is now 110v~220v and 50/60hz, so it will work anywhere in the world :p
I made a cheap battery mod with regular 1.2v rechargeable batteries - uglier, but easier to replace if necessary.
I use an earlier version of GDEMU, so found out a way to fix it better in the main board, so I can turn the console upside down without problem. Additionally, I used a SD card extension so I can switch cards 1) without forcing the motherboard contact and 2) without the need of putting my hand inside the console. I can play with the case closed without problem. With the extensor, I made it difficult to access GDEMU button, but it makes no difference since GDMenu makes it useless.
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