Zalman's big HTPC idea
Subject: Systems | June 7, 2006 - 12:27 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Zalman HD 160 HTPC enclosure that Tweaknews reviews is a little different than most HTPC cases. For starters, it will acccept full ATX boards, and since it comes without a PSU, you can choose the one you want to power the system with. Read on for more about this quiet HTPC case.
""In typical Zalman fashion, the HD160 HTPC case comes to the market with impressive design elements,
a rich feature set, outstanding materials and build quality, and the best cooling performance I've
seen in this type of chassis. More importantly for a niche product like this, the HD160 can do its job
in virtual silence. The HD160 also lets the builder choose components based on specifications, not
size. A remote control and VFD panel are just icing on the cake for this product.""
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