[mythtv-users] call for people with experience with Silverstone
eburrows at gmail.com
Mon Dec 6 02:51:02 UTC 2004
Alright I will check out that site. Taking a look at the lc10 that
looks pretty nice but since it looks new I will wait unti l I see some
reviews about it.
It responce to the comment:
>I could see this being a problem.
>Mucking about inside of electronics requires a certain amount of care
>and deliberateness one might not have otherwise.
>Just stay grounded.
I have replaced all sorts of parts on my computer for quite a while
now, I was just saying that I have never had the need to build a
computer from complete scratch. Putting the computer wouldn't be the
issue for me since i served my time as a IT coop for financial firms
for a few years. Building servers and computers soon got old though.
I was just questioning the purchase of motherboards because I never
had to deal with the purchase of them.
I guess at this point I will try to find a way to alleviate the weight
on the dvd drive of my computer case so that it opens. So fixing that
and buying a new power supply fan should be sufficient for now i
guess. My fan is ridiculously loud for some reason so I have been
looking into getting a new fan for it. If i can manage to do that then
I guess I will put off buying a new htpc case. I have to look at the
specs of the comp i have (sony vaio rx-580, or something like that) to
find out what motherboard it uses.
thanks for all your responses
On Fri, 03 Dec 2004 16:50:12 -0700, Barry Ard <bard at ualberta.ca> wrote:
> Check out the "case and cooling" forum at www.htpcnews.com
> The lc02 has generated a lot of bad press because of heat problems
> and it only supports matx boards.
> Personally I am seriously considering the silverstone lc10 over
> the lc03 because I don't like the doors covering the dvd drive.
> I think cooling is only a real concern with newer P4s or
> high end video cards.
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