The Obutto R3Volution Gaming Cockpit is the PREMIER gaming cockpit for Flight Sims, Racing Sims, and General Computer Use/Workstation Usage. The Obutto series of cockpits are the FIRST cockpits to ever be multi-task cockpits, catering to Flight Sim users, Racing Sim Users and General Workstation users, all in one. To top things off, your purchase will also come with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Featuring a more aggresive design, further adjustability over the Obutto oZone, and even more stability. The Obutto R3Volution is simply the ultimate cockpit. Available accessories make the Obutto R3Volution also the most versatile, such as optional triple monitor mount, a set of acrylic tabletops to add some stellar style, but also some added function to your Obutto, and a flight stick mount for flight sim pilots. Some accessories in the above product images are not included with the base cockpit.
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RAID 0 (Striping) takes two drives of the same size and creates a bridge between them to make them act as one large drive. For example two 250GB drives would show up on the system as one large 500GB drive. This increases the speed of data being processed as it writes and reads across both drives. The downside is there is no data security. If one drive goes down in the RAID 0 configuration all data is lost as half is stored on one drive and the other half on the other. This is best used for situations where the data is not critical, but a speed performance increase may be desirable such as when using the machine for gaming.
RAID 1 (Mirroring) takes both drives and uses one to create a real time backup to the second. In this case two 250GB drives will show up as one 250GB drive. This is a good setup for those looking for data security as information put on the main drive of the RAID will immediately be copied over to the other drive as an exact match. You do lose some speed due to the extra processing, but allows for the data to be saved if one of the drives in the RAID go down. Simply replacing the defective drive will automatically rebuild the array over a short time.×
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by Garrett – Jan 14th 2015
Hey Guys, I have had the Obutto Revolution for around a month now and still love everything but the directions on how to install it. The product was easy to put together the directions complicated the process and slowed me down go figure. If you plan on buying this leave yourself plenty of space and time to put together and think one step ahead you shouldn't have to many problems if you find yourself stuck go on YouTube there are good installation videos out there. Ok so product shipped to me from the west coast to Massachusetts in little time and no damage I was able to track the progress so I give that... 10/ 10. Packaging was great but directions were ok... 7/10 product quality and finishing 9/10 only because the tv stand could be a little better and it should come with brackets to fit your 30" plus tv come on guys.. Build time around 6 hours without wiring & wheel installation, and not including cleaning up the cardboard! Durability... Guys I am 6' 210 lb and I fit in this thing perfect mind you I have broad shoulders i can see this thing being around for years overall 10/10! Great job Obutto & Main performance pc!!!
by Dimoko – Jan 14th 2015
Have been using the Rev as my workstation (CAD/CAM/3d Graphics) for about 2 months now. I love it. I got some strange looks from the guys in the shop, but i didnt use my "desk" to do anything but collect junk. This is very comfortable, great for my back, and makes my workstation feel futuristic and high tech, which is what management liked about it. And price-wise, i know people in my office who have spent more on ergonomic chairs, or standing desks than this. I am a big guy (300 lbs and 6') and the workstation fits me fine and feels sturdy. It is a project to put together, count on a full day. But very very worth it.
by Bruce Mueller – Jan 3rd 2015
Best purchase I've made all year!! Had no problem putting it together. Getting monitors level with the triple screen setup was a little bit harder. Very comfortable! The acrylic desktops are amazing. It keeps my keyboard at perfect level. Mounted on the swivel like it is, if it's not needed, just push out of the way. It is built like a tank. I wasn't sure how it was made, but it is fully welded, and solid as can be. I have sat in the obutto ozone, and this is much easier to get into and out of. Your not pulling on your display rack. I would give it an ATABOY!
I am using for flight sim mainly, but I have started racing sims, now that I have a set-up for it.
by Tim – Dec 28th 2014
Great customer updates from Main Performance on status of shipment when ship was late to arrive at port. Very professional and frequent communication. Now about the rig. I've also purchased the Triple Monitor Stands (used with 24" Asus 144 Hz monitors) and Table Tops. Using Clubsport wheel, pedals, and shifter. The assembly videos are excellent. Didn't have to use paper instructions. Main rig (pedals, steering wheel, seat) is very sturdy. Easily accommodates my 5'9" body and my son's 6'3" frame. You do have to be a little careful getting in and out of the rig to not bump the left monitor. There is ~20" between the monitor and the seat (keyboard tray is moved out of the way). Overall, very happy with purchase. Not sure there is a better option/value for the money. Since I didn't want to spend many weeks planning a cockpit system and several more weeks building it, this Obutto R3Volution Gaming Cockpit is the perfect solution.
by kyrth – Dec 27th 2014
I don't usually write reviews, but Chris and Main Performance PC have been super friendly and super helpful. I've never had customer service that responds this fast and well. He replied within a couple hours to my emails, and was able to help me solve the building issue I had (Just had to scrape one of the holes with my pocket knife to make something fit). Building it for the most part was straightforward. The instruction videos explained everything really well so I didn't even need to look at the instructions. A few of the bolts were not long enough and I had to go to the hardware store to get longer ones, but that's really a non-issue.
The cockpit itself is wonderful. Super comfortable and ergonomic, just like it looks in the pictures. I've been using it for a couple weeks straight now and still love it just as much as the first day. The chair is getting a little squeaky already, which concerns me a little, but otherwise, this thing is super stable, and really well designed. I got all the accessories: triple monitor mount, 5.1 speaker setup, acrylic tabletops, and flight stick mount. I don't regret any of them, except perhaps the speaker mounts.
Triple monitor mount: Really cool for triple monitor gaming, and it's hard to go back once trying it. But the side arms sag a little more than you can make up by adjusting, the best I can get is about a half inch lower than the middle monitor.
Acrylic Tabletops: Perfect! I love how they are adjustable, just like everything else on the R3volution! They look futuristic too. :) I have my keyboard on one, so I can have it off to the side when flying, but still reachable.
5.1 speaker mounts: These would be good for little speakers. I only have 2 speakers (Behringer MS16 Powered Studio Desktop Monitors), but they are bigger than these were designed for. They held mine OK with the velcro, but it wasn't stable, and even with rubber bands I didn't feel comfortable using them. I ended up buying actual speaker stands for this (VideoSecu 2 Heavy duty PA DJ Club Adjustable Satellite Speaker Stand MS07B M99 ) and they work perfectly. Nothing wrong with the mount accessory; it was just designed for smaller speakers, so keep that in mind.
Flight stick mount: Essential for what I use the cockpit for! But pre-drilled holes for mounting a joystick and throttle would be nice. It does come with velcro, which is how I'm using it right now.
by wlr3 – Dec 24th 2014
Items we packed well with no damage. I appreciate the way the hardware was packaged - very high class. The finish on the parts is excellent. I got it together in 4-5 hours at an easy pace. Nothing difficult in the assembly, just time consuming. I followed the video instructions which worked very well.
The cockpit itself is top quality and well thought out. Personally, being 6'5" with wide hips, the chair side bolsters are quite uncomfortable. Easily fixed by adding a pillow to the bottom. I would recommend two seat options- one racing style and one more comfort oriented for us fringe cases and non-racers. Most people don't have a full-motion rig to require those crazy bolsters- even tighter than my GTI.
The placement of the holes on the pedal tray is causing my G27 pedals to be very low on the tray- the heel rest hangs over the front edge. A set of higher holes would be nice to more center the G27 pedals.
But other than minor gripes, I'm very pleased with my purchase.
by Maher A. – Nov 30th 2014
Just recieved my cockpit. Spent the day assembling. My thoughts:
Packaging was EXCELLENT. Really. I always get nervous when heavy items are shipped to my place as things invariably get destroyed en route due to poor packing. Not so here. Everything was secure, delivered un-damaged. Set aside about 30 minutes to unwrap the frame tubing, but leave the numbered boxes unpacked until each step in the course of assembly. Speaking of which:
Assembly video is straightforward and a definite must. Clear, concise instruction that made putting it together more fun than I expected.
Build quality is sturdy, and the thing is a looker. With the tables I definitely get a 'stealth fighter' impression.
Monitor stand is the only disappointment--too much of a tipping risk given the legs rotate free of the mount. I realize it is by design, but my initial though of mounting a 55inch display went out the window after I realized how wobbly it was. It's going to need some modification to match up with the quality and sturdiness of the rest of the cockpit. Definitely not a deal breaker, though, and I imagine it might be suitable for most with a smaller monitor attached.
Optional acrylic tables are awesome.definitely worth the buy.
All in all, this really is the sim cockpit I've been dreaming of. I originally bought it for racing, but the versatility of the design means I may repurpose it for flight sims and space sims as well.
by Sneetch – Sep 20th 2014
I have owned this setup for almost 2 years now and still love it. Comfortable, and have a10 hotas mounted (stick on right side) so I can swivel it out of way when working. Yeah, it is my everything pc "desk".
Some of my Cons:
- steering wheel too high even when pushed in all the way. Wish had up/down adjustment (even tho obutto says I am wrong on this point)
- mounting points for accessories are fixed in position and do not allow forward back adjustment quickly as you move seat forward back. You can remount accessories, but requires tools and not suitable for every day/ different people changes.
- monitor stand is not ready for prime time, and monitor weight will stress metal mounting points. Especially triple screen, but it does work.
- acrylic tabletops nice, but wish had height adjustment - would still purchase again however so minor quibble.
- center post for flight stick does not move with seat and not comfortable to get in and out of seat with it there. So I don't use this and have stick on right.
All above considered, I would buy it again, yet since it is well built no need for that. :)
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