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    cloud1771 got a reaction from JabroniBaloney in Is there a Front end to Combine all the PC Game Stores?   
    So I know there is a Front End for installed steam, gog, uplay, games, etc.(I like LaunchBox).
    However is there any Front end to look at prices and games on all the stores then buy the game from that app without having to into every app and look?
     
    I like some PC gaming but hate the digital downloads and all the different clients. I miss big box physical media. Physical games are one reason I have mostly moved back to console.
     
    Anyways just wondered if there was an Front end to Combine all the PC game stores?
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    cloud1771 got a reaction from Mutoh in My First Custom Case Build - NES PC   
    So I spent a couple months modding and old NES into a PC case.
    This is my First Case Mod so I know it is not perfect...other than the late 90s early 2000s  adding a plexi glass window.
    Towards the end I got in a rush because I was going to have knee surgery and I am unable to walk for a month. So I wanted it done so I could play games from my Gaming Recliner, that means the paint job isn't great. I plan to sand it down and repaint it with spray paint.
     
    So I wanted to keep the NES look as much as I could and even wanted to beable to use the original buttons. So I dremeled all the plastic out, inclueding the T channel on the bottom. i hot glueed plexi glass to the inside of the bottom of the NES and used bondo to fill the holes. Once it was dry I used a flat head screwdriver to pry out the plexi glass and started sanding smooth the bottom with a belt sander and oscillating sander. Once done figrued out were i waned to mount the mobo and drilled holes for the stand offs and started on the other cuts.
     
    To be honest I am not sure I am 100% happy with the build and I might try to rebuild the case again if I come across another dead NES. I think the lay out could be better, I need more airflow as at the moment the only fan i can put in their is the CPU fan due to space. But lets move on.
     
    Ok so the specs.
    Motherboard:      GIGABYTE GA-AB350N-Gaming
    CPU:                   Ryzen 5 2400G
    CPU Cooler:       Noctua NH-L9x65 SE-AM4
    Memory/RAM:    16GB DDR4-3200
    Video Card:        GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1050 Ti OC LP 4GB, GBTGV-N105TOC-4GL
    Hard Drive/SSD: ADATA Ultimate SU800 M.2 128GB SSD (ASU800NS38-128GT-C)
    Hard Drive:         4TB Seagate Barracuda Sata 6GB/s 128MB Cache 2.5-Inch 15mm (ST4000LM024)
    Power Supply:    HDPlex 400w PicoPSU
     

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    cloud1771 got a reaction from w1nger1 in My First Custom Case Build - NES PC   
    So I spent a couple months modding and old NES into a PC case.
    This is my First Case Mod so I know it is not perfect...other than the late 90s early 2000s  adding a plexi glass window.
    Towards the end I got in a rush because I was going to have knee surgery and I am unable to walk for a month. So I wanted it done so I could play games from my Gaming Recliner, that means the paint job isn't great. I plan to sand it down and repaint it with spray paint.
     
    So I wanted to keep the NES look as much as I could and even wanted to beable to use the original buttons. So I dremeled all the plastic out, inclueding the T channel on the bottom. i hot glueed plexi glass to the inside of the bottom of the NES and used bondo to fill the holes. Once it was dry I used a flat head screwdriver to pry out the plexi glass and started sanding smooth the bottom with a belt sander and oscillating sander. Once done figrued out were i waned to mount the mobo and drilled holes for the stand offs and started on the other cuts.
     
    To be honest I am not sure I am 100% happy with the build and I might try to rebuild the case again if I come across another dead NES. I think the lay out could be better, I need more airflow as at the moment the only fan i can put in their is the CPU fan due to space. But lets move on.
     
    Ok so the specs.
    Motherboard:      GIGABYTE GA-AB350N-Gaming
    CPU:                   Ryzen 5 2400G
    CPU Cooler:       Noctua NH-L9x65 SE-AM4
    Memory/RAM:    16GB DDR4-3200
    Video Card:        GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1050 Ti OC LP 4GB, GBTGV-N105TOC-4GL
    Hard Drive/SSD: ADATA Ultimate SU800 M.2 128GB SSD (ASU800NS38-128GT-C)
    Hard Drive:         4TB Seagate Barracuda Sata 6GB/s 128MB Cache 2.5-Inch 15mm (ST4000LM024)
    Power Supply:    HDPlex 400w PicoPSU
     

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