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Old 3rd March 2005, 16:07   #1
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Default HiFiATX Silent Media PC announced by mCubed

mCubed´s latest innovative product is the HFX Media PC.

The HFX® is the first full size ATX PC with a HiFi Design and a truly silent passive cooling.
You can use all your standard ATX equipment (PSU, main board, DVD writer etc.) and turn it into a silent PC with an outstanding and unique design.

With a remote control, an integrated VFD and the right media software it combines traditional home HiFi equipment like DVD player, video recorder, tuner all in one device


The cooling abilities are emphasised with huge aluminium heat sinks on each side and big venting holes on the top. The heat sinks, front and top cover are made of brushed aluminium that looks like a high-end amplifier.
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