Finally, the waiting is Over!! Here's my HTPC!! - Printable Version
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- kaha - 2011-07-18 20:09
eskro Wrote:your in the wrong forum section kaha
i know, but i saw your video and thought so you are better understand what i mean
btw. thanks for your HTPC guide, i build my new HTPC after them
- eskro - 2011-07-18 20:11
well, i use AEON MQ2 skin in my video,,,,
- Beer40oz - 2011-08-11 18:57
- eskro - 2011-08-11 18:57
Beer40oz Wrote:Eskro FTW!
- anarchoi - 2011-08-25 08:54
can you power ON the HTPC with the remote ? or its just for "sleep" mode
does it get hot with AMD processor ? whats the temperature at ? i'm building a htpc and i'm not sure if i should go with intel processor or AMD... i heard AMD generates more heat
can you control all xbmc features with the remote ?
i'm not sure if i should buy this case and use the remote for xbmc, or buy a case without remote and invest in a better remote....
- eskro - 2011-08-25 15:09
i can indeed PowerON my HTPC when its completely shutdown,,,,
well maybe by default, AMD will generate more heat,,,
but there's some great silent CPU coolers out there u can buy!
forget about controlling XBMC with that remote,,,,
i use it only to PowerON/OFF my HTPC,,,
the remote is pretty much un-responsive and controlling XBMC with it is hell on earth,,
Just get your own remote,,,
check in the second post of my HTPC guide,,,
i list 2 or 3 remotes that work out of the box with Windows and Linux,,,,
- anarchoi - 2011-08-25 22:41
Yeah thanks a lot for your HTPC guide, i have read everything and i'm still thinking about which one i will buy, it was very helpful for me
So it's impossible to get a remote that can power on AND control XBMC at the same time ? Without having to use Harmony ?
As for the other remotes you listed in your guide, which one would you suggest ? Which one is the most responsive ?
- eskro - 2011-08-25 22:44
Honestly, they are all on-par...
Based on user experience on this forum,
any of those you'll be happy!
- Hunter2-1 - 2011-09-24 05:33
eskro Wrote:<< Any Comments? Questions? >>
I got a question. (Noob Question that is... )
If run out of hard drive space what can I do? Connecting external drives is a pain.
- eskro - 2011-09-24 06:12
time to move to a server dude, check in my signature for unraid guide