htpc

  1. aryan51

    high end htpc and gaming system

    am starting a new build i want to build a ultra high end 4k gaming system i am not much of a overclocker but i have a buget of 6000 the case is going to be from STEIGER DYNAMICS and want to go with x99 and the 5960x and i realy like asus mobos and i think i will go with 2 evga geforce gtx...
  2. HyperactiveSloth

    HTPC building?

    I looked a bit on these forums and didn't see much discussion about HTPC building. Personally, our family is needing a replacement for our worn out (and never any good to begin with) Blu-Ray player/Streaming machine. Since my wife doesn't want a repeat of buying a Player that has issues like...
  3. K

    best HTPC case, Silverstone or nMEDIAPC?

    Hello everyone, I am looking to build an HTPC and I'd like to get nice-looking, fairly "spacious" case. For now, I'm only really interested in figuring out what case I need and I've been looking at Silverstone and nMEDIAPC for various options. They seemed like the market leaders in this area...
  4. TheSurroundGamer

    Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Demo on Intel HD Graphics 4600!

    Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Demo - Intel HD Graphics 4600: Here's my playthrough of the CLoS2 demo on a lightweight, low-power desktop PC running on Intel HD Graphics 4600 integrated graphics (no video card). This entire build runs on less than 150 watts! Wild sick game! Runs well and...
  5. TheSurroundGamer

    Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance on Intel HD Graphics 4600!

    Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance - Intel HD Graphics 4600: This game works quite well on lightweight hardware. Here it is running on a small form factor (SFF) HTPC mITX system without a video card. The CPU is doing all of the work here. This system runs on only a 150W PicoPSU. As you can...
  6. L

    Steiger Dynamics unveils "LEET" liquid cooled HTPC

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  7. kewlbreze77

    HTPC Case Recommendations

    So i'm looking at crossing over to intel, so I was looking at using my ASrock 990fx fatality and 1090 BE as a HTPC. Looking for recommendations, the biggest deal for me is that it can be hidden away since it'll be placed in my built-in cabinet.
  8. Doomas

    Fully watercooled HTPC - build log from www.modding.lt

    One of my friends just finished this - Modding.lt :: Diskusijos • Temos rodymas - HTPC, miniITX Asus + Koolance vandens au I hope you will enjoy the pictures... I am not sure about understanding the comments :moon:
  9. AZ-J

    Need help with new HTPC

    I have a Crosshair V Formula ROG M/B, and I just bought a new FX-6100 going into a new HTPC to replace my dead other one. I have a triad of 1333 DDR3 in stock, and Fry's Electronics has 2X8 16GB DDR3 1600 on sale for $112.99. I have spent $127 on a new case (my old case was micro-ATX only and...
  10. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 7750 Ultimate

    The Radeon 7750 Ultimate is a passively cooled card for the niche HTPC market that can still handle some light duty gaming on the cheap for consumers on a tight budget. Click Sapphire Radeon 7750 Ultimate for the full review.
  11. Skyguy

    HIS Radeon 7750

    Today marks the launch of the AMD Radeon 7750, and the this HIS model is the latest in their lineup. Not everyone is a hardcore gamer and enthusiast, and there is a considerable number of consumers out there that need something far more affordable that can still satisfy a gaming fix. Click...
  12. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 6450 FleX

    The Sapphire Radeon 6450 FleX is a low-power graphics card that can run Eyefinity without the need for a DisplayPort monitor or active adapter; the technology is directly on the card itself. That's quite an added bonus for a card that's only $60 to begin with. Click...
  13. Skyguy

    Samsung Green 8GB DDR3-1600 VLP

    The Samsung Green lineup feature very low profile memory modules that are power-frugal, and appear to be ideally suited to a setup like an HTPC. These aren't extreme performance overclocking sticks, but they come with an attractive price tag of only $55 for an 8GB DDR3-1600 kit. Click...
  14. Skyguy

    Diablotek UL 575W

    The Diablotek UL 575W is a no-frills unit is suited to an HTPC or light duty gaming, so let's take a closer look at what a very frugal $50 can get you these days. Click http://www.pureoverclock.com/article1405.html for the full review.
  15. Skyguy

    Sapphire 6670 1GB Single Slot

    The Sapphire Radeon 6670 (Single Slot) is a modest card: low-power, passively cooled, and marketed to consumers who may be interested in something for their HTPC or the occasional foray into some light gaming. It packs a bit of horsepower, but runs quiet and power frugal, and it's the only...
  16. Skyguy

    ASRock Core HT

    Housing an entire system, the ASRock Core HT features a Sandy Bridge CPU and also comes with a Blu-ray combo drive, offering users an impressive all-in-one home theater package in an impressively small case. Click HERE for the full review.
  17. Skyguy

    HornetTek Fantasy Media Player

    The HornetTek Fantasy’s remote control and feature menu allows you to quickly browse and play movies, view photos, and music from connected USB storage devices or SD cards. It also supports today’s most popular media formats (MKV, RMVB, etc). Click HERE for the full review.
  18. Skyguy

    Sapphire Edge-HD2 Mini PC

    The Sapphire Edge-HD2 gets an upgrade from its predecessor in the form of a slightly quicker CPU, a larger hard drive, and Windows 7 pre-installed, so there are some distinct advantages of going with a system setup like this. Click HERE for the full review.
  19. Skyguy

    ECS HDC-I E350 Fusion

    AMD has been working for some time, a vision now reality called FUSION. The product is an embedded processor with an on-die GPU and the motherboard we're looking at is labeled the ECS HDC-I. It’s a mini-ITX motherboard with AMD's embedded processor E350 code named Zacate. Click HERE for...
  20. Skyguy

    Sapphire Radeon 6670 Ultimate

    The Sapphire Radeon 6670 Ultimate is a modest card: low-power, passively cooled, and marketed to consumers who may be interested in something for their HTPC or the occasional foray into some light gaming. Click HERE for the full review.
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