[mythtv-users] Epia MII6K vs MII10K for a Frontend
mpicker21 at yahoo.com
Mon Dec 13 04:17:55 UTC 2004
Here is a link to a little info about the case I got.
It comes with a riser card to allow you to use the pci
slot without loosing the slimness. I got it because
it has a nice simple black look to it that looks like
most other electronic equipment and wouldn't really
look out of place on top of the audio reciever. I
don't really have any issues with it. Like I said in
an earlier post, I am thinking of running my own
little test as to wether or not I could unplug the
casefans or at least one of them. If you are going
without a Hard Drive that would certainly help.
--- Craig Read <craigread at csi.com> wrote:
> Derek Jennings wrote:
> >If you buy the right case you can remove the fan
> >My M10K is in a Sythe e-otonashi case which uses a
> heat pipe to transfer the
> >CPU heat to a massive external heatsink.
> >That case has no room for a PCI card. There are
> other solutions like the Hush
> >which has a PCI slot
> >its pretty pricey.
> >I run my M10K without a hard drive and mount the
> file system over 'cluster
> >NFS' so it is TOTALLY silent.
> One of the mini itx cases I've been looking at is
> the Travla series.
> I'm not sure how good they are on cooling, but they
> use an external
> power pack (to reduce heat) and the site says they
> can run fanless in
> some configurations (but doesn't give details of
> what configurations).
> Some of the cases can also handle up to two pci
> slots (which is why I'm
> interested in them). The pricing is significantly
> cheaper than the
> "hush" case, but the case isn't as "pretty". Case
> details are here:
> http://www.caseoutlet.com/shopexd.asp?id=172 and
> they have a case /
> motherboard compatability chart here:
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