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Note that some of the pictures (especially the Action shots) have a dark band across part of the monitor.  This is because of the lower refresh rate of the monitor and the digital camera's capturing of one instant in time.  A lower refresh rate is what real arcade monitors have and what you want in order to display an accurate picture of an arcade game.  Playing the games, running Windows, DOS, or anything else, you see no dark bands across the screen.   Everything is perfect, perfect, perfect.

ArcadePC Pics

Picture Close-up of ArcadePC running ArcadeOS
Picture Full size ArcadePC running ArcadeOS
Picture Another close-up of ArcadePC running ArcadeOS
Picture Close-up of ArcadePC running DOS
Picture Full size picture of ArcadePC at home
Picture Another full size picture of ArcadePC at home
Picture Full size picture of ArcadePC with removed front panel and HotRod controls
Picture Close-up of ArcadePC running Windows98
Picture Back of ArcadePC (note vent for monitor [top] and fan at very bottom)
Picture Another picture of ArcadePC back
Picture Back of ArcadePC monitor
Picture Open back panel of Arcade PC
Picture Keyboard Pullout of ArcadePC
Picture Wiring of monitor controls to front of ArcadePC
Picture HotRod controls removed from ArcadePC
Picture Back of HotRod controls removed from ArcadePC
Picture Another pic of removed HotRod controller
Picture Close-up of surge protector inside ArcadePC

 

ArcadePC in Action

Picture Baseball Stars 2 (Neo Geo)
Picture Galaga
Picture Garou - Mark of the Wolves (Neo Geo)
Picture Garou - Mark of the Wolves (Neo Geo)
Picture Last Blade 2 (Neo Geo)
Picture Metal Slug (Neo Geo)
Picture Mortal Kombat 2
Picture Mortal Kombat 2
Picture Ms. Pac Man
Picture Ms. Pac Man
Picture Robotron
Picture Samurai Showdown 4 (Neo Geo)
Picture Street Fighter 2 - Champion Edition
Picture Street Fighter Alpha
Picture Sonic the Hedgehog (SegaEMU emulator)
Picture Vampire Savior
Picture X-Men - Children of the Atom