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[Case Gallery] Harman/Kardon HTPC & External Storage

Discussion in 'Case Mod Gallery' started by Meelobee, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. Meelobee

    Meelobee New Member

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    Specs:
    Main system

    Proccessor: Intel Core i3 2100
    Motherboard: MSI H61MU-E35 (B3)
    Videocard: Onboard
    Memory: 4Gb Kingston low profile RAM
    Storage: OZC Vertex II 60gb
    Samsung EcoGreen 2TB HDD
    Powersupply: Be Quiet! Pure Power L7 430W
    Cooling: Scythe Big Shuriken CPU cooler
    Case: Harman/Kardon AVR 355 Receiver housing

    External Storage

    Storage: 2x Samsung EcoGreen 2TB HDD
    Optical: Pioneer bluray drive
    Case: Harman/Kardon DVD 29 housing

    Mods:
    Custom build by Meelobee.

    I used to use my Playstation 3 in combination with PS3 media server to stream media from my pc to my ps3 (1080p, DTS.)
    This worked but wasn't the most energy efficient way to do it. (My pc, ps3, receiver and tv all had to be on.) Because my hands where itching to build something and to make watching a movie a bit more efficient I made a low energy HTPC capable of running 1080p DTS movies.
     
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  2. micropage7

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    nice and clean, btw i never see anyone use Harman/Kardon AVR 355 before
     
  3. n3rdf1ght3r

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    LOL haven't seen anyone use a receiver before :p Great idea, looks amazing as well.
     
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    Looks really nice ! Great job.
     
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    woow!! amazing...,u made me think now!!why build gaming pc on those ugly cases and hide it benith the desk...,when u can make something beautifull as this!!i think i will search for some great htpc case for my next build...hehe..i hope it would be at the end of 2013 :)
     

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