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HTPC DIY For my MythTV Frontend/Backend HTPC I chose the Antec EarthWatts EA-380D PSU to power my system. The EA-380D is an ATX12V v2.3 / EPS12V compatible power supply which delivers up to 380 Watts of continuous power.. The 80+ Bronze Certification means it … My-HTPC - Home | Facebook My-HTPC, Leeds. 118 likes. Manufacturer and distribution of Home Cinema products What kind of mouse/keyboard? : htpc Hi, i'm currently using a rii k22 for my htpc, and it's pretty garbage, it lags, the touchpad isn't precise and so on. I've used some Microsoft mouse/keyboard (aswell as some Logitech stuff) and it wasn't that much better. My pc is approximatly 15ft apart from my couch and each and every keyboard i used, used to struggle to cover the distance.

i bought it last friday and now 2 of my friend also bought one this is a HTPC killer paired with AT&T UVERSE service Reply. BBFATTS 18 February 2009 20:29.

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My first HTPC was a beige box with a tuner, DVD drive and my music collection (I was 18 at the time!) no 10 foot UI - because no-one designed one yet at that time! It was designed that way as I was living in a bedsit at the time. Not a bad case for a low profile HTPC build .I was able to fit all my components .I decided to leave that space between the optical drive and power supply free, fear of breaking the sata ports or heat issues.I placed a hard drive under the optical drive 3.5 with ease so far all is good no issues overall a good case. Beyond your HTPC, Plex will even stream your media collection to other devices, like an office PC or your smartphone. But in this guide, we'll focus on the HTPC setup. Next: Organize your media