Thanks heaps Beast! Stuck at work so haven't had much time to watch the full steam but it seems everything is running okay?
Don't be too concerned about the voltmeter readings. ATX PSUs are quite well regulated and will always read slightly higher than 5V, by the time the power gets to the arcade board the voltage will be spot on. You can confirm this by measuring the 5V rails of the arcade pcb with a Multimeter.
Hmm. Not to insult you, but you are aware that sys16 isn't standard jamma and needs an adapter? Also make sure the jamma connector of the supergun is lining up correctly with the jamma pins of the arcade pcb. Sometimes arcade operators file down the edges of the jamma connection which can cause alignment issues.
Sounds like either a short, which is activating the ATX protection and shutting down, or perhaps it's pulling more power than your particular ATX can handle.
When I'm at home I'll conduct some tests and measurements, I have some low power ATX and will see what happens.
sounds solid.. Nonetheless I have maybe 4 more systems to check out with it.. that being cps2 , cps3 , naomi and neo geo and maybe sega system 2 or 3 for optimal testing purposes... but aside from those.. and minus sys16 and gnet everything works fine...
I wish i had a Gnet fix though.. was kinda hungry to play Gdarius
Hey @beast1x5, about to check out the live stream. System 16B works fine here, I have a cheap Chinese adapter at the moment and am just waiting for a deluxe JNX one from @XianXi -- the one you linked on eBay looks just fine though.
Just bootled/re-checked my G-Net Multi and it works fine (flashed a few games with no issues). I'm using a Casecom 700W ATX Power Supply, which is a bit of an overkill and reads slightly high, but tackles all fat PCB stacks with no issues.