It`s very nice, and i think it`s very comfortable and portable too.Nice,i think to get the case like this.Just giving you guys some ideas...
I build that "HTPC" for my living room to watch movies/listen to music/satellite DVB-S
But its still a good system for music production.
Advantages: Consumes only 50-60W (saves you money on your electrical bill), lightweight and compact, enough processing power. Built in graphics card.
The whole thing costs only ~ 420$
Additional stuff (not everyone needs those)
- Keyboard Mouse (30$)
- OS (Xp,Vista or 7 ~100$)
- Professional soundcard (~100$)
You can always use your mouse/keyboard, OS and soundcard from your old PC.
Here are some pictures:
Faster ram, and processorEven though this motherboard uses a 7.1 audio codec, Realtek ALC883, it only provides 5.1 audio on its analog outouts, since it only has three audio jacks on its rear panel. This codec provides a low (for today’s standards) signal-to-noise ratio for its inputs – only 85 dB. So it is not advisable to use this motherboard for professional audio capturing and editing (the minimum recommended for this application is 95 dB), unless you install a professional add-on audio card on it. Also the maximum sampling rate for its inputs is of 96 kHz, while its outputs supports up to 192 kHz. The signal-to-noise ratio for its output is of 95 dB.
I wanna build a comp, and I want to know what should I look for in different parts? Like what should I look for in a souncard etc..
Check out this post
I could maybe help you with the soundcard. I can definitely advise you since I myself have had so many problems with one in particular. Recently I purchased a focusrite and that thing is just amazing to me. It's doing what it needs to be doing.
Thanks that had some info, but still what should I look for? Like say for RAM when I'm looking at different companies RAM what should I look for in it? Some particular specs or anything?