Started by Ski, 05 May 2005, 11:01:19
QuoteQ. What is a Media Center PC, and what kind of hardware components does it include? A. Media Center PCs are complete desktop PCs equipped with hardware and software to deliver advanced computing and rich digital entertainment experiences. Media Center PCs include mid- to high-end processors, high-capacity hard drives, CD-ROM and DVD drives, and optionally, a remote control. The systems feature advanced graphics and audio capabilities, as well as networking connectivity.
Quote22.214.171.124 Graphics frame buffer memory: 128MB minimum using DDR or equivalent. (Support for high definition video playback and screen resolutions higher than 1280x1024 will require 128MB of graphics memory)
QuoteOriginally posted by unknownusermxI alredy told... are suppositions... and 1.2Ghz for mid range, depending of the CPU.. if u r talking of a duron or celeron, even a VIA... this are low-end CPU... but if u r talking of an Athlon XP 1800 (1.2ghz) is a mid-low range CPU, because is cost effective (better performance that even a celeron @ 2.0 Ghz).