I'm building my first HTPC. I was looking for a good Media Center Software.
WinMCE was not suitable, because I have moved from Windows to Ubuntu a few years ago. I'm still a newbie but very happy with Linux and the whole OpenSource idea
I want to build this PC as a single HTPC (Core/MC Hybrid):
Silverstone SST-GD01S-MXR Grandia Desktop
Silverstone SST-ST30NF-GM Fanless-Series - 300 Watt
MSI K9A2 CF-F, AMD 790X, Socket AM2+, CF
AMD Athlon 64 X2 5050e BOX, Socket AM2, Dual Core, 65nm
Silverstone SST-NT01-E Fanless Heatpipe Cooler
Corsair TWIN2X2048-6400C4, 4x1GB, DDR2-800, CL4
Club3D 9400GT Passive, PCI-E x16, 512MB, HDMI (nVidia GeForce Chipset)
Club3D Theatron DD 7.1 PCI
Noiseblocker Multiframe S-Series MF8-S1
Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-1300, analog TV und DVB-T Hybrid Tuner
I was wondering if I could use a Solid State Disk with 32 GB to get rid of normal harddisk noise. But since SSD have limited delete cicles it could be destroyed within short time?
I will store my media on a NAS in another room.
Maybe I can record TV to the NAS as well. If not I want to use a HD to record and use the NAS for the more permanent media (like MP3, videos, etc.).
Like that the harddisk noise is reduced to record and then I can copy it to the NAS.
Does anybody have experience with ssd in the core?
Btw. I hope I'm in the correct sub-forum