[mythtv-users] endpcnoise.com barebones amb

Steven Ellis steven at openmedia.co.nz
Tue Jul 17 04:10:15 UTC 2007

On Mon, July 16, 2007 11:45 am, mielikki g wrote:
> I'm looking for a good starting point for a quiet system. In my
> current system which I want to replace with something quieter, I have
> a PVR-350 that I will likely use in the new system and a 500GB IDE
> drive.
> I'm looking at this as a base system:
> http://www.endpcnoise.com/cgi-bin/e/std/sku=AMD_Barebones.html
> I'd be using gentoo, ivtv (for the PVR-350), and mythtv. I've never
> run a 64-bit CPU before so I don't know if I have to worry about
> compatibility issues. I'm not really sure what it has for video.
> (Looking at the motherboard on newegg, if it's the same one, it says
> "the ASUS M2NPV-VM comes with NVIDIA's 6150 video processor and an
> HDTV output module and can support up to 1080i or 720p resolution".)

the M2NPV-VM is excellent. We use them in myPVR (http://www.mypvr.co.nz).
Video out can support 1080p.

We only run them in 32bit mode at present.


Steven Ellis - Technical Director
OpenMedia Limited - The Home of myPVR
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