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Van Buren - Living Room HTPC

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It's been a while, but I've built a little budget HTPC about a month ago using some parts that were replaced in my first build among others. It'll go down in the basement once we get a new TV down there.

 

https://pcpartpicker.com/b/LRNNnQ

 

Core i6-6400 (Originally ordered an i3-6100 but wound up with this instead, not that I mind)

MSi 750ti 2GB (First used in my PC until I replaced it with an RX 480)

8GB Crucial DDR4

Gigabyte H110M

Seasonic S12II Bronze 430W

Thermaltake Core V21

60GB Gloway Fervent SSD

500GB WD Blue HDD

Thermaltake Pure 12 (Taken from my Core X9 that I sadly don't have much of a use for anymore)

 

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My current PC - The Fighting Computer

Intel Core i5-6500, Sapphire RX 480 NITRO+ 4G, Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4, MSi H170A PC MATE

HTPC - Van Buren

Intel Core i5-6400, MSi 750ti Afterburner 2G, Crucial DDR4, Gigabyte H110M-A





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