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Hi Guys, So, below is the computer hardware I will be using... CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 Motherboard: Asus Prime B450 M Motherboard Socket AM4 (mATX, AMD AM4, DDR4 Memory Natives M.2 USB 3.1 Gen 2) SSD: Sabrent M.2 NVME SSD 550GB GPU: Nvidia GTX 1080ti RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB Desktop Memory Kit Power Supply: Aerocool Lux 650 W 80Plus Bronze I have my eye one the following TV as a playfield option: TV 43" LG 43UM7000PLA 4K, thoughts? I would appreciate suggestions and options for 2nd and 3rd (even 4th) monitor for DMD/Topper and Backbox. Or even if you think I should use another vertically aligned 4k TV to handle all three using a 2 monitor setup? Im assuming the GPU can handle all the above options. At this point I have not built any cabinet so any opinion as to the best build can be considered. I look forward to your help guys and gals. Thanks
Hi All, I'm in the stage where I am setting up my software. One thing that drove me nuts was the display numbering that Windows did. Somehow my DMD monitor was set as display 1 and no matter what I tried, I couldn't change it. After 2 nights of Google-ing, I finally found a solution. No doubt this will come in handy for others, so here it is: http://www.dell.com/support/article/us/en/19/SLN137488/EN Long story short: To force Windows to configure monitors properly if the numbers aren't correct, you need to delete these two registry keys, and then add the monitors one at a time. HKLM\Systems\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers\Configuration HKLM\Systems\CurrentControlSet\Control\GraphicsDrivers\Connectivity Hope this helps!
Greetings Everyone, I have finally, after years of yearning, started work on my Pinball Cabinet. I have got my PC up and running with the desired tables and now my attention turns to the building of the physical cabinet. I managed to get a 40" Sony Bravia (Plasma) on the cheap and looking to fit it into the cabinet. However, while the bezel (rounds 3 sides) is bearable the bottom edge contains the speakers and therefore I will need to decase it before mounting it in the cab. Therefore has anyone had experience of decasing a 40" Bravia plasma? Specifically does anyone know if it easy to remove the speakers and the surrounding bezel once I have unscrewed and removed the back? Plus are there any other things I should be aware of ie. best way to support the screen, things I should avoid, will the remote sensor be ok? etc etc. Any help with this would be appreciated as this is my first real stumbling block! ) Cheers