Building a 1U Server (Bad A** 1U Server Build!)

This build is not about building the biggest, baddest, and most redundant server we can build, rather this one is about building the biggest and baddest server that we cram in to a 1U case that is only 19” wide...
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Review of the Synology NVR216

Surveillance systems are something that used to be considered a nice-to-have. With today's crime rates, and lawsuit happy customers it just makes sense to have something like the Synology NVR216 in your persona...

Drilling your Arcade Speakers, the Right Way

All of The Geek Pub plans coming with drilling templates. These templates make it super easy to drill out the holes for many of the components. In this case, the speaker holes.  However, there are some tips and...

Backboring Arcade Controls

When using smaller 24mm arcade buttons, it can be an exercise in frustration when using 3/4" material.  The material of choice for most arcade cabinets. The problem is that the 24mm buttons are just not quite l...

pfSense Rules not Working?

pfSense has to be the greatest thing to ever happen to the open source firewall movement. It's a one of those open source products that's truly a game changer. It runs on just about any hardware, whether it be ...

Adding a Fan to your Arcade Cabinet

While I've been pretty clear that I don't really see the need for a fan in a Raspberry Pi Arcade cabinet, so many of you believe its better to be safe than sorry! The good news, adding a fan is incredibly easy ...

Adding USB Ports to your Arcade Cabinet

USB ports to your arcade cabinet can all kinds of advantages!  It allows you to add an assortment of USB controllers (NES, Atari, XBOX, etc.), plug in a mouse and a keyboard for maintenance purposes, or a USB s...

T-Molding Tips & Tricks

T-Molding is fantastic for that awesome retro look! Especially when it comes to building arcades! If you want your arcade or other project to scream 1980's, just wrap it with a little T-Molding. Watch the ...

Make an iPad Arcade (Tablet Arcade) FAIL

My arcade projects are some of the funnest projects I have done, and my fans have told me the same! Many of my loyal fans have built their own versions of my full-size arcade cabinet and my bartop arcade cabine...