htpc and xbox360 god game server

Discussion in 'Mainboards / CPU / RAM' started by raphael m, September 21, 2014.

  1. raphael m

    raphael m New Member

    September 21, 2014
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    I need help, i want to build an htpc that is powerfull to serve my xbox 360 games library through ftp. The htpc would be used to play movies and series downloaded through torrent and watch netflix, youtube, etc directly to my 46" samsung tv, using hdmi. The xbox when jtag has the ability to play god format games through the network, after doing some research i found some motherboards thar have builtin processors and i want to know if its a good idea. i think i should spend more money in high capacity storage drives and a good gigabit router, so movie streaming would be secondary to playing.

    ASRock QC5000-ITX/WiFi AMD FT3 Kabini A4-5000 Quad-Core APU Mini ITX Motherboard/CPU/VGA Combo

    BIOSTAR COMBOA7L3C AMD Sempron 130 2.6GHz AMD 760G Micro ATX Motherboard/CPU/VGA Combo

    ECS NM70-I v1.0 Intel Celeron 1037U 1.80GHz BGA1023 Intel NM70 Mini ITX Motherboard/CPU Combo

    Those are exemples, there are boards with amd e450 cpu and celeron j1900 processors
    Plese your opinion is really important

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