Get your HTPCs out for the (insert gender pronoun)!

mjn

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Coulson

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I think it goes

ATX-Max
ATX
m-ATX (micro ATX)
Mini ATX
n-ATX (nano ATX)

Off the top of my head.
... and all of those are bigger than my mini ITX?

Edit. Just seen your new post lol. Short answer is yes.
 

Clivo

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Thanks for the quick reply's.

Here's the front and rear panels. The whole case is reminiscent of the front loading VCR.

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mjn

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Looks like a standard micro-ATX motherboard would fit to me.
 

MI55ION

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Been looking at room EQ and a thread in the processor section got me interested. So after trying out the Stereo version (14 day trial) purchased the full Dirac Live Desktop Multi-channel Processor, waiting for a UMIK-1 mic, should be interesting.

 

mjn

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Been looking at room EQ and a thread in the processor section got me interested. So after trying out the Stereo version (14 day trial) purchased the full Dirac Live Desktop Multi-channel Processor, waiting for a UMIK-1 mic, should be interesting.

Ouch $500 for the multichannel version!!!
 

MI55ION

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Ouch $500 for the multichannel version!!!

I know right? With the current exchange rate was about £360 after tax so not too bad.

It was either that or one of these. As a stopgap solution seemed to make more sense. Seems to work on two different PCs simultaneously so when I do get a dedicated AVP, should be able to continue using it on my Desktop stereo system. :D
 

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