[mythtv-users] Attractive cases
robtmay at gmail.com
Mon Nov 14 12:28:04 EST 2005
Anybody using the LC-11 with 1394 (firewire) on their mobo? I can't
seem to find a micro-atx with lga775, agp, and 1394. Only pci-express
x16, but the riser cards that comes with these boxes is for agp and I
don't want to pay $30+ for the pci riser. Any suggestions?
On 11/13/05, Stephen Boddy <stephen.boddy at btinternet.com> wrote:
> On Saturday 12 November 2005 22:11, Nathan Allen Stratton wrote:
> > > >I think the advantages of the Silverstone cases is they have so
> > > >many options when it comes to size, expansion, and looks. For
> > > >example, Silverstone offers the only HT-style case I found that
> > > >supports 3 full-height expansion slots (1xAGP, 2xPCI) in a low-profile
> > > >design, such as the LC-11M, which is also very quiet.
> > > >Not everyone wants those boxy-like Shuttle cases, or the
> > > >full-size monster PC cases, like the Aristec HT-400 with 6+ expansion
> > > >slots in their home-theater.
> > Anyone know if you can drive the display of the SilverStone LC10M in
> > linux?
> > -nathan
> Yes you can. I have the LC14M (same equipment, just a different fascia.) These
> cases come with an iMon VFD and IR remote. Check out Venky's site for all the
> info you need to get these to work under Linux.
> One thing to be aware of with this remote/receiver combo is that it uses a
> different IR protocol compared to pretty much anything else out there. RG6
> vs. RG5 or something like that. If I recall it means that the remote and
> receiver communicate much quicker. So for example, you can't replace the
> remote with a whizz bang back-lit universal. As the iMon remote is not
> back-lit, I consider it a bit of a dud remote for a home theatre PC.
> Steve Boddy
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