[mythtv-users] Quiet CPU Cooler Recommendations
bradallenfuller at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 26 22:18:26 UTC 2007
Kirk Bocek wrote:
> Thanks for your thoughts, Brian. I understand your idea, but I've never seen
> an easy, inexpensive and unobtrusive way to extend KVM, especially in a
> bedroom setting.
You'll have to decide if it's "inexpensive" or not for you, but have you
seen Gefen (http://www.gefen.com/) products?
Here's a KVM review:
They got a lot of neat stuff.
> I will continue to consider the possibilities, though.
> Kirk Bocek
> Brian Wood wrote:
>> On Jan 26, 2007, at 2:08 PM, Kirk Bocek wrote:
>>>> Have you thought about installing your machine elsewhere besides the
>>>> bedroom, and just piping the video/audio/control to the BR TV set ?
>>> Sure, why not!
>>> And how do you do this reasonably -- that is, without holes in the
>>> walls or
>>> $1000 of equipment?
>> Well obviously I don't know the layout of your house. It might be as
>> simple as putting your machine in a closet on the other side of the
>> BR wall and just putting one small hole with coax, audio cable and
>> the IR pickup wire.
>> Or it might be $1000, as you said. That's why I said "have you
>> considered?", not "do it".
>>> Not to be a stick-in-the-mud, but the cable company can provide HD
>>> without any
>>> fans. I want to do the same with Myth!
>> The cable company is ordering perhaps thousands of units that use
>> custom-designed chips and cases. We are using general-purpose
>> computers bought in single quantities. There is a huge difference and
>> what costs them little can be a big expense the way Myth users do it.
>> Still, you have received some good advice here and I'm sure you can
>> work it out.
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