Finished building my new HTPC...

Discussion in 'Computers' started by Belgarath, Oct 19, 2003.

  1. Belgarath

    Belgarath Agent

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    I think it looks absolutely great, now all I have to do is install some more plugins...
    Check out the "Busch"-logo (my lastname), I machined out of a piece of brass, and the decals, which I made myself, on the frontpanel.

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    I wrote an article about it, which you can read at my website:
    http://www.busch.nu/busch_svc-107td.htm

    I hope you guys enjoy it.
    Belgarath
     
  2. Joe Hsu

    Joe Hsu Supporting Actor

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    Busch, eh? I remember seeing your case featured on a site sometime last week when I was perusing HTPC sites. VERY nice! I hope to have an HTPC like that in the future, but the case is just too expensive for me right now.

    I love the Xenarc, great look. Congrats!

    P.S. I love your username here...although I thought HTF required real names? Maybe I could start calling myself [Bel]garion. [​IMG]
     
  3. Belgarath

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    Thanks a lot Joe Hsu.

    That must have been www.HardOCP.com
    It was very kind of them to mention my design on the site.

    I don't know about using real names here, I have used "Belgarath" for almost 7 years now.
    This reminds, me it's high time I read one of David Eddings books again. :)

    Belgarath
     
  4. Chris Hovanic

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    Super sweet... You did a great job. I think one of the best HTPC's I have ever seen! [​IMG]

    David Eddings.... consumed so much of my teenage years reading his books and reading them again. What a great saga!
     
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    Nice looks Bel! How is your cooling setup? A couple of quite fans with huge heatinks or is water cooling involved?
     
  6. Belgarath

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    Chris:

    Thanks for the compliment!
    Just started on "Pawn of Prophecy" again, i love this series.

    Scott L:
    Thanks man.
    Check out my article, the cooling setup is explained there.
    ok,ok, it's a Zalman CNPS-6000CU cooled by 2 70 mm reduced speed case-fans that blow air via a shroud (custom made) over the heatsink.

    Belgarath
     

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