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Description Pretty nice, isn't it? When you boot it up, the 2-line VFD comes on, and the power LED lights up a really bright white.

AMD Athlon 64 X2 4600+. Abit AN-M2HD Motherboard. OCZ 1GB 800MHz DDR2 Special Ops Edition. Western Digital WD2500AAKS 250GB Hard Drive. Pioneer BDC-S02 Blu-Ray Reader / DVD Writer. Antec Fusion V2 MATX Media Center Case. Windows Media Centre Remote (2005 version).

Windows Media Centre Keyboard (2005 version).
Date 7 September 2007, 19:15
Source HTPC - Exterior - Overall uploaded by Kozuch
Author William Hook from Stafford, United Kingdom

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