HDPLEX Fanless PC Case

HDPLEX 250W DC-ATX Power Supply in NES 3.0 -HTPC NES build

Original Build log from Overclock Forum
Build details could also be located at linustechtips Forum

CPU: Intel Core i5-4670K 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor ($255.99 @ Amazon)
CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-L9i 57.5 CFM CPU Cooler ($40.99 @ Newegg)
Motherboard: ASRock H97M-ITX/AC Mini ITX LGA1150 Motherboard ($87.98 @ Newegg)
Memory: G.Skill Sniper Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3-1866 Memory ($60.99 @ Newegg)
Storage: Hitachi Travelstar 1TB 2.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive ($69.95 @ B&H)
Video Card: MSI GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB Video Card ($148.99 @ SuperBiiz)
Other: 1985 Nintendo (Purchased For $0.00)
Other: HDPlex 250W DC-ATX Power Supply (Purchased For $85.00)

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HDPLEX H1.S fanless pc case Hackintosh dual boot OS X and Win8.1 and HDPLEX linear PSU

Orignal Review from HDPLEX Fanless PC Case Forum.

This is my new music PC replacing the old Mac Mini . This is a Hackintosh PC with dual boot OS X and Win8.1 . The motherboard is a Gigabyte Z97-wifi . CPU is i3-4160 with 16G RAM and 256G SSD . The machine ‘s power is supplied by HDPLEX ‘s Linear Power Supply through its 250W DC-ATX unit .

As this machine is mainly used as a music PC on OS X platform , the workload is not heavy at all . At all times both the PC and the Linear Power Supply unit is just warm .

I am very satisfied with HDPLEX products and look forward to the coming H5 chassis for my another music PC .

HDPLEX Fanless H1.S PC build Hackintosh dual boot OS X and Win8.1

HDPLEX Fanless H1.S PC build Hackintosh dual boot OS X and Win8.1

HDPLEX Fanless H1.S PC build Hackintosh dual boot OS X and Win8.1

HDPLEX Linear PSU noise floor undetectable by oscilloscope!

Original Review from Audioaficionado Forum

Since replacing the capacitors and DAC chip on the main board, my MS300 has been running flawlessly (except for that damn Component Video problem). In fact, it’s running so well, I decided not to leave “good enough” alone and I upgrade the switching power supply or “brick” to a linear power supply.

The reason? A linear power supply is much MUCH less noisy than a switching power supply. Although I think the Pico PS & brick solution is a nice upgrade from the stock switching power supply, the brick still pipes in noise whereas the linear supply is super clean and quiet – in theory anyway.

I decided on the HDPLEX 100W Linear Power Supply. It a fanless design and has 4 outputs; 5VDC, 9VDC, 12VDC and 19VDC that will easily power my 12-25VDC Pico.

When I got it today, the first thing I noticed is how heavy the box was. I am really impressed at the build quality and I definitely won’t be hiding this thing behind my rack. Before I connected it to the server, I decided to power it up and look at the output on my oscilloscope. The noise was literally undetectable (lower than the noise floor on my scope)! That basically translates to zero noise getting into the MS300! Very impressive.

I connected the 19VDC output to the MS300 and as a really nice bonus, was able to simultaneously connect the 12VDC output to power my PC music server, basically eliminating yet another switcher! They provide the necessary cables – XLR to barrel connectors that plugs right into the pico’s connector and my PC.

For those looking to tweak their MS300/750 just a little more, I highly recommend the HDPLEX 100W linear power supply and the Pico. You won’t be disappointed with the clean power it supplies.

I’m playing Led Zeppelin II SHM-CD as I write this and I can’t tell you how amazing it sounds now! I think I’m done tweaking. Lol

HDPLEX 100W Linear Power Supply with Shunyata USB Cable/iFi USB iPower/Hydra Triton

From Audio Asylum Forum
Quote
HDPLEX 100W linear power supply with iusb ifi ipower

“iFi USB iPower / HDPlex Linear Power Supply plugged into a Shunyata Hydra Triton
Amazing!”

Based on this review from Audiostream for Shunyata Venom USB Cable

Quote“Using the Venom USB with the iFi Audio micro iUSBPower driven with an HDPlex linear power supply resulted in a larger soundstage, a deeper more quiet background, and a more relaxed natural midrange.”

HDPLEX Fanless PC case H1.SODD HD Gallery

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HDPLEX H1.SODD Fanless Computer Case

HDPLEX H1.SODD Fanless Computer Case

HDPLEX H1.SODD Fanless Computer Case

HDPLEX H1.SODD Fanless Computer Case

HDPLEX H1.SODD Fanless Computer Case

HDPLEX H1.SODD Fanless Computer Case

HDPLEX H1.S Fanless Computer using AMD AM1 motherboards from Germany PC Audio Forum

Orignal Review Aktives-hoeren forum

Habe soeben meinen neuen AUdio PC in Betrieb genommen 😀

Verbaut habe ich:

Mainboard ASROCK AM1H-ITX
CPU AMD Athlon 5320 2050
RAM Crucial Ballistix 1600-8 32GB
SSD Kingston HyperX
Netzteil Leicke ULL
Gehäuse Passiv HDPLEX H1.S

Windows Server 2012R2
Foobar

Das System ist “out of the box” schon deutlich besser als mein vorheriges Netbook,
hätte nicht gedacht dass das soviel ausmacht.

gruß

johannes

ps. @Bernd-Peter: Besten Dank für die Unterstützung

HDPLEX H1.S Fanless PC case support AMD AM1 Socket

HDPLEX H1.S Fanless PC case support AMD AM1 Socket

Timelapsed build of a HD-Plex Fanless H1.SODD PC Case

Still very satisfied with the h1.sodd,
it’s now running 24/7 at a constant 85% cpu load providing computing power to Boinc (http://setiathome.berkeley.edu and http://worldcommunitygrid.org), while temperature remains at acceptable levels !

I’ve placed a timelapse video of the build and some graphs at https://vimeo.com/123450141

Timelapsed build of a HD-Plex Fanless H1.SODD Heatsink Case
Specs
– Chassis: HD-Plex H1.SODD
– PSU: HD-Plex 80W Internal AC-Adapter
– Remote: HD-Plex IR Remote
– Motherboard: Asus Q87T Thin Mini-ITX
– CPU: Intel Core i5-4590T
– Ram: Kingston 4GB DDR3/1600MHz/CL11 KVR16S11S8/4
– SSD: Kingston SSDNow mS200 60G / SMS200S3/60GB
Temperature: delemcous.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/hdplex-temp.png
– 09:00 Powerup OpenElec; Idle XBMC + 4x Boinc SETI@Home tasks @ 85% CPU
– 12.30 Killed Boinc, back to Idle XBMC
– 13:30 Play Big Buck Bunny, 1080p, Full HD @ 24fps
– 13:40 Play Big Buck Bunny, Sunflower version, 4K, Quad-Full-HD @ 60fps
– 13.50 Some Youtube videos
– 14:00 Idle again
– 14:15 Shutdown
Primary use: Kodi, and provide computing power for seti@home & the World Community Gird: boincstats.com/signature/-5/user/1083444/sig.png
Running boinc 24/7 @ a constant 85% CPU load:
temp: delemcous.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/hdplex-weektemp.png
cpu: delemcous.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/hdplex-weekcpu1.png

HDPLEX Fanless H1.SODD PC Case Temperature

HDPLEX Fanless H1.SODD PC Case Temperature

A great htpc case! HDPLEX H1.S fanless PC case Amazon review and Facebook photo album

Amazon Review A great htpc case-HDPLEX H1.S fanless PC case
Facebook photo album
A great htpc case

I needed a case for a new HTPC/hi-fi streamer build. and as it’s going to sit in the lounge it needed to be silent and fit in with the rest of the equipment. Enter the hdplex h1.s which fits the bill perfectly. The build quality is top notch and having the choice of several different psus in a small case is an added bonus. Currently running with standard power but will be adding the 250w hi-fi psu and linear supply to complete the build.

A great HTPC case HDPLEX H1.S fanless pc case review

A great HTPC case HDPLEX H1.S fanless pc case review

A great HTPC case HDPLEX H1.S fanless pc case review

A great HTPC case HDPLEX H1.S fanless pc case review

A great HTPC case HDPLEX H1.S fanless pc case review

A great HTPC case HDPLEX H1.S fanless pc case review

HDPLEX 100W Linear Power Supply and H1.S fanless case with Italian DAC (Omega Audio Concepts) from Italy VideoHiFi Forum

Review Post from videohifi.com Forum Italy and here.

Regarding my Hi-Fi system, I can say, that the components HDPLEX,
were the best money spent!
With a fantastic care of materials, practical and with a fabulous design,
and very painstaking

an Intel i7 4790K (4Ghz, 88 TDP!!!)
You think, I bought a i7 4790T (2,7Ghz, 45 TDP),
and instead the seller sent me the 4790K,
Well, after downclocking at 2,7Ghz, and undervolting, work perfectly, after many hours of use, a rock, stable on 35/36 degrees!

These photos of the my Hi-Fi system:

1 & 5) H1.s with OS \ Music Player on stick USB
2) H1.s with OS \ Music Player on SSD
3 & 4) HDPLEX along with two chassis Italian DAC (Omega Audio Concepts)

HDPLEX 100W linear power supply Italy Videohifi Forum

HDPLEX 100W linear power supply Italy Videohifi Forum

HDPLEX 100W linear power supply Italy Videohifi Forum

HDPLEX 100W linear power supply Italy Videohifi Forum

HDPLEX 100W linear power supply Italy Videohifi Forum

HDPLEX fanless H1.S PC case from Amazon UK customer

Original Amazon UK review here.

As soon as you open the box you can tell that this is a quality product. each piece is laid out in its own packaging and is easily identifiable. This kit isn’t for the ‘new comers’ though, as the instructions are vague in places and you have to guess which screws to use. The build quality is fantastic, once all put together it looks like a premium piece of kit. This now sits perfectly under my lounge TV and is 100% silent. Coupled with the HD-Plex 160 ATX Converter power supply, and you can’t go wrong.

H1.S fanless PC case review from Amazon UK

H1.S fanless PC case review from Amazon UK

H1.S fanless PC case review from Amazon UK

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