- Jul 2, 2010
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|Processor||AMD FX 8320E @4.3ghz|
|Motherboard||Asrock 970 extreme3|
|Cooling||Phanteks PH-TC12DX, 3 x NZXT FN 140mm, 1x NZXT FV V2 120mm|
|Memory||8GB Corsair Vengeance Blue 1600mhz|
|Video Card(s)||ASUS R9 290 DCII-OC 4GB|
|Storage||128GB Kingston V200 SSD 1TB WD Blue, 750GB Maxtor|
|Display(s)||LG 27MB85Z 27" 1440p|
|Case||NZXT Source 340|
|Power Supply||Thermaltake 675w|
|Software||Windows 8.1 64 bit|
it uses thisthen Im not sure about the PS3 thing then (as i dont have one)
and yeah its a new avi
DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) is a standard that enables digital devices such as personal computers, digital video recorders, and TVs to be connected on a network and to share data that is on other connected, DLNA-compatible devices.
DLNA-compatible devices serve two different functions. "Servers" distribute media such as image, music, or video files, and "clients" receive and play the media. Some devices perform both functions. Using a PS3™ system as a client, you can display images, or play music or video files that are stored on a device with DLNA Media Server functionality over a network.