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htpcs: either too expensive or too cheap!

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by Easy Rhino, Sep 25, 2009.

  1. Easy Rhino

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    im having trouble finding a solid well built HTPC for under $100 with a remote. they are either 400 bucks or pure crap.
     
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    easy....I may have what you want. incomming PM
     
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    Under $100...not going to happen, you can't expect anything more than crap for under $100.

    Edit: Unless some kind soul gives you one hell of a deal.
     
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    Wait for what sneekypeet has in store. If is not what you are looking for.....you should be able to piece one together for about $300ish.
     
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    what I had was fail...wrong form factor, as he already has the board....needs to house a mATX.
     
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    Easy, what do you need? I know you have a price limit of $100, but I was wondering what exactly are you looking for?
     
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    More than 25k PPD
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    something awesome for around $100 + remote that supports matx
     
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    Oh, if this is just about a nice decent HTPC case. I vote for Buck Nasty's first pick.
     
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    +1 for Buck nasty's first case that antec is nice
     

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