A little room for improvements
Subject: Systems | January 23, 2009 - 02:55 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Building an HTPC can lead to frustration as you realize a mATX board might not offer all of the connections you desire, or when the video card you want to use is a 1/2" inch too long to fit inside the HTPC case you picked. The nMEDIA HTPC 2000B can solve any spacial difficulties, it will fit a full ATX board in it's 17" x 6.3" x 15.4" casing, though you should still think small for your heatsink. Think Computers like this casing a lot and recommend that anyone buyig the case should spend the extra $35 to pick up the optional LCD screen.
"Looking for a case with a lot of features? Or how about one that actually supports the
motherboard you really want. Standard size ATX motherboards and power supplies fit no problem
inside of this HTPC case. An optional LCD display can even be purchased for those out there
wanting that extra zing to their case. Two panels hide the multitude of external uses for
this case. Keeping a slick design and multitude of features this case manages to keep
surprisingly cool and quiet. Read on further to see what all this HTPC case has to offer."
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