I want to begin PC building but want to start with mid range and combos that wont break the bank
My plan is:
Ryzen 5 2600X
Gigabyte GTX 1060 wind force OC 6gig
MSI gaming plus X370
Kingston A400 240gig SSD and Seagate 2TB barracuda
Phateks P400 case
This is a quick guide to build a premium retro arcade using a Raspberry Pi and the RetroPie emulation station. This is a fun and inexpensive project for retro gamers! My own inspiration for the NESPi is from DraftMikes original NESPi. You can read his original blog post here: http://www.daftmike.com/2016/07/NESPi.html
What you need:
Here’s an Amazon List ( http://a.co/27wCJaL ) with all of the parts you need except for the arcade games (make sure to filter by purchased and unpurchased at the top). Buy these parts and put it together (30 minutes to build) and you’ll have a working retro arcade with thousands of games to play on your HDTV!
I made my life easier and bought a micro sd card from e-bay with the games already loaded, it saves you a lot of time if you do it this way. Otherwise you have to download and copy them to your raspberry pi and it’s very time consuming for this amount of games.
The holiday season is my favorite time of the year. Family, cheer, presents, hot chocolate, and of course, Vintage Cube. I’ve been in love with Vintage Cube for more than a full decade, having built and tinkered with my own right around when the concept was originally introduced. My own cube has taken a backseat to other Magic pursuits, but every time the MTGO Vintage cube comes back online, I try to take a bit of time and revel in the nostalgia. As you’ve probably guessed from the title, my favorite archetype and the one I’ll be talking about today is Storm. Here's one of my recent draft decks:
In this article I’ll address what I think the essential pieces of the Storm deck are and how to draft them.
My exact definition of a Storm deck is a little muddy, but the most straightforward example is a deck that leverages mana-generating spells and card-drawing spells to cast many spells in the same turn and finish the opponent with a Brain Freeze or Tendrils of Agony...
This is the SECOND attempt at writing this guide, i got 75% done when everything was erased with a glitch, but hopefully this will work by typing everything out on notepad and then editing it here!
So with the new gundam drops happening at Massdrop I felt it would be good to create a one stop shop for all your Gunpla ((Gundam + Plamo (plastic model) =Gunpla)) needs! Feel free to ask any questions and even if i cant answer it then im sure someone else from the community can! I will also be teaching you the common lingo so that if you ever have any issues you will know exactly what terms to google (example: how to remove nub marks from clear plastic) So without further ado, lets get started!
Table of contents:
1. Beginner info (People who just got their first kit should start here, experienced builders can still read, you might learn something new :P)
2. Posing info (How to display your Gundam)
3. Panel Lining info (Examples PLUS Panel wash tutorial)