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Old 24th February 2006, 18:56   #1
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Silverstone LC16M HTPC case

There's no doubt about it - we loved Silverstone LC16M. Unlike some, we weren't put off by the chunky looks and the added bonus is the amount of room there is inside. If you require a slimline HTPC, something like the Silverstone LC09 would do the job but you will need to budget for a mini-ITX motherboard and be prepared to accept the limitations of a single PCI slot and single hard drive storage.

For anyone wanting to use existing desktop PC hardware, the Silverstone LC16M gives you the flexibility to pack in almost anything you could possibly need and more. The bundled software is slick and the remote is a must have.

If you don't need the VFD, you might be better opting for a cheaper model but for all round ability, the LC16M would satisfy the needs of most home theatre zealots.
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