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Building a High End HTPC featuring the Thermaltake Mozart Enclosure

Former staff writer    -   November 30, 2007
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So far I’m very happy with choosing the Thermaltake Mozart TX as an HTPC case. Doing your homework pays off, the case has plenty of room to work in, and I don’t feel that clutter is something that I’ll have to worry about. The case is made of lightweight aluminum, so weight is not a factor either. There is a ton of optional equipment to choose from, and I just might even delve into some of it. A water cooled HTPC -  now that is just what a member of OCC might do!

I just can’t help thinking of what to do with this system.  What CPU am I going to use, how many hard drives, do I even have a motherboard and a PSU? I have a ton of video cards lying around, are any of them worth using? I better go buy some more DDR2 RAM. This is perplexing, I have a lot of work ahead of me and Fueler why won’t you answer your phone?

 

 

 

 




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