When i first built the picade i used the 3.0 retropie build and it seemed ok.
I decided to update everything because some simple games seemed to chug a little (80’s arcade games). So im now on 3.3 , but this is when the screen would start cutting out. Now i know according to what i’ve read is power related.
I already had a decent 2a Psu so thought nothing of it. Untill i put 3.3 on and it started going on and off randomly take my bluetooth keyboard adapter out and it was less frequent.
So i then used 2 seperate psus to power the screen and (from USB and Pi), but for some reason i would now lose sound.
Today i’ve been down to Maplins and bought the strongest mini usb psu they had (2.1A). Still screen cutting off. Took this back and decided to try a charging port with 4 usb (1x2.1a, 4x1a)
When messing with the screen options i see it says 1920 x 1200 @60hz does this mean that the screen is getting that signal and perhaps cant handle it?
Its a Pi 2 btw