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post #1 of 1120 (permalink) Old 09-18-2009, 06:48 AM - Thread Starter
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**PLEASE POST PICTURES ONLY**

Official HTPC Picture Thread


HTPC's are becoming more common with the innovation in technology lately and how mainstream flat panel TV's have become.

We don't have an HTPC build log, and I know more and more people are building them; so let's show off your hard work!

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1) You must post a picture with your post.
2) Post your pictures and your system specs (including accessories).
3) Tell us what software your using and how you use it (OS, user interface, any other software)
4) Tell us why you love your HTPC! (optional )

We will have a separate thread for discussion!

Enjoy!

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post #2 of 1120 (permalink) Old 09-18-2009, 05:07 PM
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My HTPC is really bad

2.4oGHz P4 + ATI HD3650 makes a perfect 1080p playback machine.

Specs -
Windows Vista
1GB RAM + 4GB ReadyBoost
2.4oGHz P4
ATI HIS HD3650 AGP
250GB HDD
Pioneer Blu-ray
Custom Computer Rack

Sorry, don't have a new camera yet. My Canon broke
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AMD 4600+
2x1GB Corsair Dominators 1066MHz (running at only 800MHz )
1TB WD Green drive
200GB WD IDE Drive
Hauppauge HVR-2250 (for dual recording)
Oldie Beige Antec ATX case
350w super silent oldie psu (20 pin power connector, not the newer 24pin)
LG IDE DVD-RW w/ LightScribe

Win7 as the OS.

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random PC chips board
3800+
2 gig kingston hyperX
60gig WD (uses network drive for storage)
ATI HD tv tuner
750watt cooler master psu
8400GS
cardboard box!

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Ok so sorry for the quality of the pics, Black doens't photograph to well lol.

Specs are as follows...

Running Vista Ultimate 32bit, with Media Browser and Power DVD for HDDVD/Blu-Ray Playback and I love it all, Media Browser is awesome once you get it setup right.

HEC K7 Case w/HEC 270W PSU
Gigabyte GA-MA78GM-S2H 780G Motherboard w/HD3200 Video On Board
3GB of Kingston 667MHz Memory
AMD Athlon X2 5000+ @ 2.6Ghz Undervolted to 1.1v
LG HD-DVD/Blu Ray/DVD-RW Drive
Seagate 7200.10 250GB HDD
Linksys 54G Wireless Card
25 in 1 Media Reader

Toshiba 37CV510U 37" LCD TV
Yamaha RX-V730 Receiver
Energy Take 5+1's
Comcast Motorola DCX-3400 HD-DVR (Brand new 1080p/7.1 capable, mpeg4 capable, 1Ghz Tuners, and 250GB HDD vs 160GB in older Comcast DVR's)








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my htpc is on my sig

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Updated later in the thread

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post #8 of 1120 (permalink) Old 09-19-2009, 07:47 AM
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no pictures yet but i have the rig in my signature running windows 7

I utilize windows media center for my DvD, and movie files
My Movies plugin to catalogue
Movie Browser to easily browse my television series with multiple files (currently having trouble playing back)

This is hooked up to a 42" Panasonic 1080p plasma running along side an Xbox 360.

all controlled remotely from my laptop using LogmeIn and Mocha VNC lite from my iPhone.
w/ antec imon remote

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post #9 of 1120 (permalink) Old 09-19-2009, 01:31 PM
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New HTPC

E6300 @ Stock
2GB Supertalent DDR2-800
Seagate 250 GB
Still waiting on a new video card...

All this hooked up to a 60" Mitsubishi DLP

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post #10 of 1120 (permalink) Old 09-19-2009, 01:37 PM
 
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post more pics! LOL. i wana build a HTPC for my new house (dad's buying another 50", and the current one is going in the basement.) so then i can download 1080p movies and watch on the new tv and the old tv is going to be used for xbox 360/watching tv/ etc.

just wana see what cases' look betterr.
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