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    Toms Hardware HTPC Builds

    Those guys over at Toms Hardware Guide went and made some HTPCs, they were even nice enough to document their experience. Thought some people here would like it. I must say they have dome more interesting things, such as a cooking oil cooled computer, but this might actually be useful

    http://www.geardigest.com/2007/05/16...lder_marathon/
    http://www.geardigest.com/2007/05/17...lder_marathon/
    http://www.geardigest.com/2007/05/18...lder_marathon/

    enjoy
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    i'm glad i could build both of my HTPCs for less than that... interesting article though esp since one of these days I'm gonna have to move up for high def.
    Dan Blomberg
    HTPC 1: MSI K8NGM2-FID, AMD 64 3000+, WD 200gb HDD, 1gb ram, NSK2400, PVR-500, Harmony 659
    HTPC 2: ASUS M2NPV-VM, AMD 64 3200+, WD 250gb HDD, 1gb ram, nVidia DualTV MCE, NSK2400, Harmony 720
    HTPC 3: GIGABYTE GA-E7AUM-DS2H GeForce 9400, Intel E5200 Wolfdale, WD 640gb HDD, 4gb ram, Antec Fusion 2, HVR-1600, hdhomerun, Harmony 880, PCH A-110
    GBPVR 1.4.7 Additions: Weather2, UltraXMLTV, Comskip
    Project: Setup Logitech Harmony Remote

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