Take your HTPC to the extreme
Subject: Systems | March 6, 2007 - 05:48 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
ExtremeMhz has published the Extreme HTPC Guide. They did quite a thorough guide, covering 3 pages of hardware choices that focus on telling you what options are out there, and which you might want, as opposed to giving you a choice of one or two cards. The software section continues along the same vein, offering an overview of the software available, and the options, letting you decide what you need. Drop by to see a great guide on building your dream HTPC from scratch.
'The interest in home theater PC's has grown tremendously over the past couple of years. What many will quickly notice when
they venture into it is not only what kind of benefits it offers, but just how much better it is to run such a system over
standard A/V options. However, the process of building one can indeed be quite overwhelming for many. What many will quickly
find is that there's much to learn in order to build a system that will not only work for you, but one that is designed to
enhance your overall home theater experience. That's the purpose of this new "Extreme Guide" here at ExtremeMHz. We will help
you with your build and cover everything from hardware to software, as well as provide some recommendations that will help you
in the long run.'
Here are some more Systems articles from around the web:
- GMC Noblesse Muse K1
Chassis review @ DH
Middle Tower ATX Case review @ MetkuMods
- SliverStone Lascala 17 HTPC Case @ Modders-Inc
- Cooler Master Media 280 case @