> A while back I saved a gutted Sit Down Cruis'n USA Arcade from the scrapheap. It now
> has a 26 Samsung LCD and a Logitech Driving Force GT Gaming Wheel inside. It's
> currently running Project 64 and the N64 version of Cruis'n USA on a Sony Vaio laptop
> on Windows XP.
> I'm using Project 64 because it runs smoothly on the laptop and works with the
> sequential shifter. Running MAME Cruis'n USA on the machine ran the game at 60%
> skipping 10/1 frames.
> As I'm not in love with this solution, I'm going to give running MAME Cruis'n USA and
> getting a friend to hack MAME to work with the sequential shifter one more shot.
> Do you guys have any tips on what kind of pc I should look for? Is putting one
> together a good (inexpensive) idea? Should I look for a common used machine?
My PC, which is a Core2Duo at 1.8GHz runs it just above halfspeed, about 60%. I'm no expert but I can guess a 3~GHz would be a lot better. Get a 64-bit OS and the 64-bit version of MAME for best results.
On a quest for Digital 573 and Dancing Stage EuroMix 2