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Four HTPC cases compared

Posted on Wednesday, November 23 2005 @ 11:00:12 CET by


AnandTech has compared four HTPC cases: 3R Mstation HT-1100, Antec Overture II, Lian Li PC-800B and the ThermalTake Tenor.
By far and large, the biggest change when switching to a home theater PC (HTPC) that has to be made to the computer is the case. Vertical towers (despite all the recent improvements in the looks department) still simply don’t work well aesthetically with other livingroom electronic components.

Luckily, there have been many improvements made in this category since the inception of the HTPC, and as such, we were able to round up four very nice looking enclosures to compare in this article. Every unit is advertised as being able to handle a full ATX motherboard, and since the demands for a powerful HTPC are relatively high, we’ll be giving these cases’ cooling systems a vigorous workout with a brand new 3 gigahertz Pentium 4-based ATX test bed..
>/blockquote> Check it out over here.


 



 

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