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  • ivanretrobit
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    The odroid-w fit perfectly in a nintendo mini classic. Used a 2 port usb hub and a penny for a heatsink lol

    Here it is finished with a screenshot printout for the screen

    petrockblog
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    What did you hve to do to make RetroPie run on the Odroid? Are you using their Ubuntu distribution?

    ivanretrobit
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    No the Odroid-w is a clone of the raspberry pi right down to the software so i just used the pi image. Im currently 2.3 just cause i like being able to use startx and go in to raspian plus it makes it easier to just load my roms through usb. They have been discontinued do to issues with broadcom but you can still find some aroud

    kevinfitch83
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    I like it. Where did you find a hub that small? I can’t see to find one that size myself.

    ivanretrobit
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    I used this one off of ebay http://m.ebay.com/itm/251790146728?txnId=1597773241015
    works just fine

    dhenric1
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    Hey @ivanretrobit it’s @ countduckula from Instagram! :p
    I’ve posted my finished project here on petRockBlock – http://www.petrockblock.com/forums/topic/portable-retro-gaming-unit/

    ivanretrobit
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    Haha that came out awesome man good job! :D

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