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  1. There are three versions of GameEx, you posted in the GameEx Evolution sub-forums. GameEx GameEx Arcade GameEx Evolution Which version are you trying for the first time?
  2. Well, I can say I won't be crying over this, it's s complete dumpster fire at this point! A subscription service for an already over priced product? What??? Showing off prototype main-boards 3 months before release?
  3. yes, I noticed! If I'm over-killing It running Pi-Hole on 3 B+ then your knocking it out of the park on an Intel mini-itx build.
  4. 0.197? Why are you running such an old release? Is it because within GameEx setup wizard where you go to load emulators that 0.197 is the version listed? If so you can easily replace this with the latest release. Those emulators are just what was around at the time. There's so many emulators that it's really best just to go grab the latest release and not even bother with that "add emulators" section unless you want to do it entirely for directory structure, as in keeping it where GameEx would default it to. That being the case just replace the installed emulator with the current one from the developers site. The way emulators are updated it would be cumbersome to continually go back and keep them all updated here.
  5. Mine is running on a CanaKit Pi 3 B+ also with Cloundfare secure DNS, but through a RT2600AC (you sold me on Synology). The Canakit is a good value at $80, but the 3 B+ is total overkill for Pi-Hole. I'm also using the Privacy Badger extension for my browser and have been very satisfied with the results.
  6. Is there any hope of getting a refund? if so, I'd be going for it because these guys seem like clowns. I hadn't given this system a thought in a while, but have been following Ron for his reviews of the PSC and saw this yesterday. Apparently things have been brewing within the community.
  7. https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/collection/free-games-collection
  8. Time to check in again on the Atari retro console… and onto Ron for the breakdown:
  9. Last day! Part of EPIC Games launcher promotion and a whole bunch of Batman loving, but you gotta act fast! https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/collection/batman-free-week
  10. Pretty amazing difference! I recall when bump mapping first hit the scene for the masses with an announcement that it was coming to the Unreal Engine. Looks incredibly elementary compared to what's out there today, but at the same time it's been a long time coming to enter the realm of mainstream. Thanks for the demo Terry!
  11. I don't really know, as that's not something I've attempted.
  12. I seem to recall Tom posting that EVO was developed on a E8500 machine, so given that, you're systems specs are a bit on the low side. Beefing up the memory should help somewhat, especially so if you're running single channel memory. To my knowledge, there is no documentation for this product. There are a lot of settings in EVO but much of what you see is due to Software Lists support of MAME, something that in itself creates a good deal of confusion due to the limited documentation out there for how to use it. If you're mostly into arcade classics and not so much console support via software lists, then I would venture to guess you'll have a much more enjoyable experience with GameEx Arcade Edition on that particular machine.
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