Honestly, this is the only PC I need.

Honestly, this is the only PC I need.
>It can run all of my favorite games (and better than a $2500 PC with whatever the latest graphics card is)
>I can use it to chat with my friends
>I can browse the web
>I can program from it
>I can develop games or music from it
>It can do word processing and I can connect it to a printer and print if need be
Shelling out for a gaymer PC would be a major waste of money when this little wedge already does everything.

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  1. 1 month ago
    sage

    >*this is the only pc I need*
    >doesn't mention what it is
    >doesn't give the model number
    >doesn't tell us where to get it
    >doesn't explain what it's actually for
    >only clue is the word "mister" which is a whole line of machines
    >literally what
    you a paid homosexual or what

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It literally says "MiSTer FPGA right on the board. It's an open source project, moron.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >says it upside-down
        moron

      • 1 month ago
        sage

        I don't think this fayguette gets it
        if one were to google "mister fpga" you wouldn't find *THAT* specific board, you would find a bunch of websites jerking themselves off about how this 'project' is the bees knees which is great, but if I owned one of those I would say "hey this is the mister 131bns94sj" or whatever the fricking number is
        real humans say shit like "I just got my Raspberry Pi 3" or "managed to get my cubie truck" or ">MiSTer FPGA Terasic DE10 Nano" before jerking off how great it is
        only paid shills give you the same circlejerk bullshit about a device while only letting you know what "project" its from provided you enlarge the image and flip it

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >doesn't tell us where to get it
      He built it you homosexual

      • 1 month ago
        sage

        >He BuIlT It
        >clearly a prebuilt board in a 3d printed case
        ok ahmed

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          Lol I could easily built that you're an idiot

          • 1 month ago
            sage

            >your

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >>It can run all of my favorite games (and better than a $2500 PC with whatever the latest graphics card is)
    *doubt*

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Hardware emulation is more accurate than software emulation. There's nothing to doubt.

      Nice one. Have you designed and printed the shell yourself? I have been thinking about doing this with some of those cheap pentium mini PCs. Do you have the files for the case?

      I found the case on Printables. I went with this one because it's simple but there are some other nice options available.
      https://www.printables.com/model/777370-mister-fpga-keyboard-computer-case

      I don't think this fayguette gets it
      if one were to google "mister fpga" you wouldn't find *THAT* specific board, you would find a bunch of websites jerking themselves off about how this 'project' is the bees knees which is great, but if I owned one of those I would say "hey this is the mister 131bns94sj" or whatever the fricking number is
      real humans say shit like "I just got my Raspberry Pi 3" or "managed to get my cubie truck" or ">MiSTer FPGA Terasic DE10 Nano" before jerking off how great it is
      only paid shills give you the same circlejerk bullshit about a device while only letting you know what "project" its from provided you enlarge the image and flip it

      >if I owned one of those I would say "hey this is the mister 131bns94sj" or whatever the fricking number is
      It's a MiSTer FPGA. Every MiSTer FPGA is a DE10 Nano, it doesn't run on anything else. I have a ram module and a USB hub and a keyboard plugged into it, and extensions to route connections to the panel on the back of the 3d printed case.

      If you Google "muster fpga" the GitHub page is one of the first results. Quit being moronic. And imagine not being able to read a word that's displayed upside down; is your IQ single digits?

      • 1 month ago
        op is a fag

        >I found the case on Printables. I went with this one because it's simple but there are some other nice options available.
        >https://www.printables.com/model/777370-mister-fpga-keyboard-computer-case
        Thank you.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Nice one. Have you designed and printed the shell yourself? I have been thinking about doing this with some of those cheap pentium mini PCs. Do you have the files for the case?

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >laptop with no monitor
    Looks decent for home use. Not usable outside though. Also if it’s for home and it needs a monitor anyway, do we really need the board to be inside the kb? But still, I would use it

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >Not usable outside though
      Do you really take your computer outside with you? What do you do with it when you're outside? I can understand having a laptop for work or maybe for school if your job or classes require it but I really can't imagine any other purpose.
      >do we really need the board to be inside the kb?
      Yes, wedge computers are awesome. This used to be normal.
      >I would use it
      Based

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    $650

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Cool.
    The build I got for $300 years ago outperforms that soiboi shit though.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I would actually put up with all the out-of-stock bullshit and the price if there was a non "join our private facebook group" way to obtain a vector arcade adapter board - if it even exists.
    Otherwise I'll stick regular mame. It might actually be a good time to revisit it on one of the new SBC that does 4K well, because at 4K, CRT emulation is really good, except for phosphor trails.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Get some nicer keycaps, and a case that isn't 3D printed, and I'd be 100% behind this

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