For Sale Great looking budget HTPC - Silverstone LC04 case 128gb SSD MS Remote

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  1. mugsy

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    Beautiful looking Silverstone LC04 case. Blends in perfectly with other AV kit in a rack. This case cost me over £100 when I built the PC!

    Gigabyte M61PM-S2 Motherboard
    AMD Athlon LE-1660 2.8Ghz CPU
    4gb DDR2 ram (4 x 1gb Samsung)
    ATI X1300 PCI-Express graphics card with VGA and DVI out
    128gb Samsung SSD
    500gb and 250gb 2.5" (laptop size) HDD's
    Official Microsoft Media Center remote and IR receiver
    Break out panel for the on board sound with optical and coaxial digital out
    Sony DVD-RW

    The CPU and gfx card are entry level (though could easily be upgraded to better ones) but for general media use they can play back anything without breaking a sweat. The PC runs very quiet, I would say my Sky box is noisier!

    Sold as having no OS so you'll need to install something of your own. I've re-installed Windows 7 (not activated) on the SSD to test everything and it's all working perfectly.

    Looking for £125 for everything + £8 postage via courier. Not looking to split.

    Any questions fire away.


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    Price and currency: £125
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    Location: Ramsgate, Kent

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  2. kaderhashmi

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    Realise you've said you wouldn't look to split but I would take the silverstone case, Samsung ssd and remote/IR receiver if you ever did decide to split as long as the case takes a full sized atx motherboard and full atx PSU?. Would pay £65 if so.
     
  3. mugsy

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    Here is the link to the case on the silverstone website - LC04

    It says on there it supports full, micro and mini motherboards and has a TFX power supply.

    If you bought the whole lot I'm sure you could sell the other bits on for £60 or so :thumbsup:
     
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    Sadly I was planning to use this case to re use my older computer bits including the PSU which unfortunately is a full atx one. Was only looking for a empty case that could house a atx mobo and PSU. Thanks for clarifying about tfx PSU and all best with your sale mate
     
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    Saturday bump. Any offers?
     
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    i have £35 for the SSD if you like, losing that wont affect the system at all, and will mean you can sell the htpc for £90 which makes it a bargain!
     
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    How quick the boot time is?
    How much space left out on the SSD after installing Win7 and XBMC?
    Does it run lossless bluray rip without any problem?
     
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    Does this have hdmi out and does it handle Dolby digital 5.1
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    Thanks

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  9. mugsy

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    Thanks for the replies guys :thumbsup:

    rhino2k - still not looking to split I'm afraid. Feel free to make me an offer for everything and you could sell on what you don't need? :smashin:

    agganesh - It's all packed away now but as a rough guess I would say the boot time would be around 20 seconds on less. After formatting and the Windows 7 install there is about 100gb free on the SSD. I think XBMC is only a very small program so wouldn't take up much space at all. You've also got 750gb of space over the 2 other hard drives or you can of course add more drives to make up whatever configuration you fancy. I don't have any lossless blu-ray rips to try but have previously played plenty of 1080p .mkv and .ts files which played perfectly.

    busterbenny - it's got an ATI X1300 PCI-express card in it at the moment which has VGA and DVI out. You could use a DVI-HDMI lead or converter to connect it to a TV or monitor with a HDMI input which would do the video then connect the optical/coaxial output separately for the sound. You could replace the ATI card for something newer if you wished which has HDMI out to do the picture and sound together.
     
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    Thanks for the reply mugsy, unfortunately i have far too many machines as it is atm :)
    And i have an A-410 Popcorn hour & C-200 for media playback so i am covered there :smashin:
     
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    Ive been watching this for a while now and would like to offer £100 delivered.
     
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    Would you take asking price, £125 inc postage ?
     
  13. mugsy

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    Hi. Yes. That's fine :thumbsup:

    I'll send you a PM to sort out payment/delivery. I'm not at home at the moment so it might not be until this evening that I message you.
     
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    Excellent, thanks
     

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