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    Now i have tested how many A, the HNG64 needs on the +5V and the +12V. I have tested it with Fatal Fury, and therefore, i can not say if the system needs more A with other games.

    The +5v line uses around 3,1A, and the max was 3,15A
    The +12V line was stabel on 0,13A the whole time




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    Congratulations for you work.
    How many weeks/months did you spend working on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fernandeath View Post
    Congratulations for you work.
    How many weeks/months did you spend working on it?
    Thanks.

    I think it took me around 3-4 days, form start to get the wood, paint, ... until i have "finished" as shown in the pictures.

    Additional to this, i have just build a custom PSU. that took 1 day extra work:



    Total in hours... Around 40 hours i think?

    When all that is said, it is worth to mention that i have just consolized an MVS system, and therefor all the process was still in fresh memory

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    If you are able to do that in such a few time you should announce some units of it to sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fernandeath View Post
    If you are able to do that in such a few time you should announce some units of it to sell.
    I dont think that it would be worth it. If it takes around 40 hours + material + board + pieces, it would be a expensive maschine, that nobody would buy. Therefore i thinkt its better if people build htere own maschines. If i had acces to CNC maschines, i could reduce the time A LOT, and then it could be possible, but i have to do all the work manually, and therefore = time consuming

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    Project CHNG64 finally done!

    Tested and working, with internal power supply!






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    iamsojealousandihateyousomuch!
    Great work!

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    Simple but functional. Good job. Always glad to see consolized boards that don't have LED running lights.

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    Thanks guys

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    This came out great! Nice work putting it together. Have fun playing it!

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    wow!! just seen this thread and had to say very impressive!! thats a sexy setup you have there!!

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    Excellent job, maybe U could paint it in black to match the other machines you have...
    Btw, congrats for the skill and clean results! Kudos to U!

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    Awesome craftsmanship! With a paint job it'd look right at home with the rest of the Neo family. Have fun with it and may the Hyper 64 live on!

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    Fantastic job, I am amazed at the custom PSU build.



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    Quote Originally Posted by m1chelsen View Post
    Looks cool, congrats on the tidy job!

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    Thanks for the fine responce

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    +1 for a very nice job, dont fancy making me one of those psus
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    Quote Originally Posted by m1chelsen View Post
    Thanks for the help, and for the fine words

    It could be awsome to have the FF:WA "boxed", and therefore:

    Can someone give me the exact size of a normal HNG64 cardboardbox, hight, lenght, width (and btw for the standart MVS cardboardbox as well)?
    Is there some website, where it is possible to download labels for the HNG64 games, to print out and glue to the box?

    Familiy photo


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    You've done an effing sweet job of that. I wish I was that skilled I'd love to do a similar project.

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    Thx again !

    I just saw that the guy from who i bought the Hyper + game, still sells these on Ebay pretty cheap. Around 15 if i remember correct. The shipping whas more expensive then the machine + game itself :P Just buy, and start the consolising process. Its pretty interesting work!

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    You know what, I'm going to do it.

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    Nice one! I will look forward to follow your build

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    Loving the build , the psu is a work of art . I have a roads edge stand up driving cab , and the monitor has failed I'm going to part it out on eBay if anyone is interested .

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    Can anyone give some idea of what it's worth . Thanks

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