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|10-25-2010, 05:57 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: Atlantic Canada
Building a Super-Quiet and Storage-Packed Server PC
In some of our recent HTPC-esque content, one thing I keep harping on about is that it's easier to build a kick-ass HTPC or home server than ever - one that's replete with lots of storage, runs quiet, and can handle any type of media you toss at it. But even so, no PC should be built in haste, because the number of options available for each component out there is high, so to build the perfect home server, research needs to be done.
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