Choosing an HTPC
Subject: Systems | January 24, 2006 - 06:29 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Wondering where to start with that HTPC project you keep putting off? T-break comes to the rescue with their first article on choosing the right HTPC chassis, with a comparison between 2 popular designs, one from Silverstonetek and one from DIGN.
"HTPCs seem to be getting more and more popular by the day and while one route to take is to buy a
SFF from Shuttle or MSI, lots of us like to build everything from scratch. Since an HTPC generally
resides in your living room, it is important for it to look and feel like the rest of your home
theater system. Thus, most of the chassis designed for HTPCs are usually the horizontal desktop
type with dimensions that match the width of amplifier or a DVD player."
Here are some more Systems articles from around the web:
Bach HTPC Case Review @ Overclocker Cafe
TARGET="_blank">SilverStone LC09B HTPC Mini-ITX Chassis Review @ Virtual-Hideout
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