Home Theater PC Build

Hi everyone! As anyone who listens to the podcast might know, I’d been wanting to build a home theater PC for a long time. About two months ago, I finally pulled the trigger and bought the parts I needed to assemble it. With today’s blog post, I’ll be showing the building process from beginning to end, and my thoughts on the parts I used.

First, the list of the parts I chose for this build.

CPU: Intel Pentium G3258 Haswell Dual-Core 3.2GHz
Motherboard: ASRock B85M-ITX LGA 1150
Memory: HyperX Fury Black Series 4GB
Storage: 500GB Seagate HDD
Video Card: PowerColor Go! Green AX5450 Radeon
Case Fan: Corsair Air Series AF120 120mm
Power Supply: Corsair CX500
Case: Thermaltake Core V1 Mini ITX Chassis

I went with the ITX form factor because I wanted to build a computer that would fit on my TV stand. The parts themselves are pretty modest. Obviously I’m not going to be playing the latest games on this thing. But for watching movies, anime, and playing old video games, this is perfect for what I need it for. With rebates of the parts I purchased, as well as factoring in the current cost of the parts I already had, the grand total was somewhere around $350.


 

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Obligatory picture of the parts. The video card, power supply, and hard drive are all unpackaged because I they were parts I had from a previous build.

 

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Where do I start with this case? I really like the Core V1. One of the interesting features of this case is that the top, bottom, and side panels are interchangeable. I also like that despite it’s small size, I can install a radiator on the front if I choose to. It also supports video cards up to 260mm in length, so I’m not too terribly limited on options when it comes to upgrading the video card.

It also helps that I really like the way it looks, and it was pretty inexpensive for what I got.

 

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Here’s the case with all the panels pulled off except the bottom one. Made installing everything pretty easy considering the small form factor.

 

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I replaced the 200mm fan that came with the case with a 120mm purple fan. I’m not too worried about the smaller fan size, since I don’t expect it to generate excessive amounts of heat I’ll probably reinstall the 200mm when I upgrade the video card or processor. I wish I could have found a 200mm purple LED fan though. Color options for 200mm LED fans seem to be somewhat limited.

 

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Here’s the bottom of the case after I removed the panel to install the power supply. I could have gone with a power supply with a lower wattage, but I already had the 500w laying around. If I had to buy one specifically for this build, I definitely would have spent a bit extra for a modular power supply. However, the case provides enough room for cable management, which amounts to just stuffing all the cables in the bottom half of the case.

 

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I used a 500GB Seagate hard drive as my only storage in this build. Again, this is something I just had laying around. I plan on accessing all of my media from my main computer through file sharing, so I didn’t need anything bigger. Adding a solid state will probably be one of my first upgrades.

 

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Not much to say about the motherboard. It has plenty of USB ports and enough SATA ports for what I’m using it for. This is one of the cheaper boards that I could get that has a USB 3.0 header. The only thing with this board is the lack of on-board wifi. While it would have been nice, I figured I could just buy a wifi adapter later if I decided I needed the functionality.

 

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The Intel G3258 is pretty good for what I’m using it for. It’s a cheap dual core processor that’s unlocked. Initially, I was going to use the Intel G3220, Since I hadn’t planned on overclocking, but I managed to get the G3258 on sale, and it was less than $10 more than the G3220. It’s nice having the option to try overclocking later on.

 

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I usually prefer Gskill memory, my main computer has been rocking it for years without issue. However, aesthetics were an important part of this build for me, and the black heat spreader looks pretty sexy. I only used one 4GB stick because that’s all I need right now.

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Here’s what it looks like after putting the motherboard in. I had to remove the hard drive cage I had already installed so I could screw in the motherboard mounts and do cable management.

 

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Here it is with everything plugged in. As a side note, It’s usually not a good idea to do cable management before you’re sure everything works right. I’m just lazy and decided to take a chance on it. After all, I knew the power supply worked. ¯\_()_/¯

 

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Remember how I mentioned aesthetics earlier? This red Radeon 5450 sticks out like a sore thumb. I would have preferred a video card with a black PCB, unfortunately I already had it laying around, and I wasn’t ready to spend $40 or so just to replace a card with nothing wrong with it other than it’s color. ¯\_()_/¯

 

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I put the case back together and powered it on. Fortunately, everything worked!

 

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Just a picture I snapped with the lights off. The fan looks a lot more purple in person, but there’s not a good way to show that in images.


 

All in all, I had a lot of fun building this. It took me about two hours total to put everything together, but I was being really cautious so I wouldn’t have to redo anything.

I plan on doing upgrades in the near future, but right now I’m just happy with what I built. I’ll just imagine my entire HTPC saga as a movie, with a “To Be Continued?” at the end just before the credits roll.

-Zach

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So degenerate underlings of our most evil council, what is it we shall infer on this most pernicious of occasions? How about some quality culture stuff!!! Yeah, that sounds good!!! Let us talk about this subject. It sounds particularly malevolent….. Now, where to begin???

   A few days ago I started to think about what really drew me towards anime and manga in the first place. What is it that makes it draw my attention more than other forms of media? Why does it have such a profound effect on many other people, not just myself? It isn’t that anime and manga are the only forms of entertaining media. There are plenty of good Western media outlets. Western comics have a distinct flavor of their own. The west also puts out a lot of great movies and music amongst other fantastic entertainment sources. The conclusion I saw myself trying to reach is that in the East there seems to be no boundaries or restrictions on what one can do in the entertainment industry.

   Genre meshing is almost as common as breathing in Japanese and other Eastern media. Manga and anime are will blend goofball comedy with action seamlessly without making the story seem awkward. They will blend these with aspects of mystery, high fantasy, or just about any other genre you could think. Often times they can pull this off with mature and fully realized characters and story arches. Shows like Cowboy Bebop and Trigun are just two examples that follow this route. Not all anime has to be action oriented, in fact I am a large fan of what is known as “Slice of Life” anime and manga. “Slice of Life” is just a terminology for everyday life type shows and comics. A lot of them are romantic comedies, but there are a good many dramas and even regular comedies as well. The first show to popularize this genre in America was Maison Ikkoku.

   Speaking of popularization, I figured I would talk about how anime and Manga got grounded here in America. Astro Boy, Gigantor, and Speed Racer were in America during the 60’s, but they weren’t exactly distinguished as being from Japan. Fast forward to the 80’s and you really start to see where anime was starting to come into it’s own. Dragon Ball, Robotech, and Voltron finally graced our screens as well as major movie releases in Akira and Ghost in the Shell. These movies also laid the foundation for much more mature animated content to gather a following in the states. In the 90’s Viz Media started publicizing a magazine called Animerica which helped popularize the term “Anime” which we use to categorize Eastern animated shows. This did a lot in the way of getting good content out to the masses in America. This was only stimulated by the rise of Toonami on Cartoon Network, which aired many animes starting around 7:00 right after dinner time. Shows like Sailor Moon and Dragon Ball Z gained a large amount of popularity in the late 90’s due to this. In the early 2000’s we saw manga begin a huge surge of popularity due to Shonen Jump and Shojo Beat. These were both monthly comic releases that included 5 or 6 different mangas in them. They also had bunches of articles on the culture and language in Japan. Now a days we are seeing streaming services such as Crunchyroll and Anime Network take up the reigns.

   Japanese music has also been largely popularized by its use throughout most anime’s. They tend to mix genres just like they do with other media. If I had to choose one song off the top of my head it would probably have to be Watashi ga Motenai no wa Dou Kangaete mo Omaera ga Warui. This was the intro to Watamote. It has EDM dance like beats with a J-Pop vocal element that turns into this grinding deathcore song. You get so many unique and distinctive sounds from Japanese music.

   All of these elements compounded with many other things left unmentioned compile down into what makes Japanese media feel so refreshing. It is always new and different, and rarely gets pigeonholed into specific genres. Even when it does, it is almost always different enough to keep it interesting and new. I recommend you give it a chance. Hit me up on twitter at https://twitter.com/BilboBatten if you are looking for a recommendation. I will be more than happy to help, also if you are looking for a good side note to this blog then stay tuned on 5/17/2014 for our newest episode of the podcast! Have a good day evil doers!!!

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Hello, soon-to-be-conquered masses! It’s me, DK, coming to you from The Evil Council’s “secret” hideout in the center of Eyjafjallajökull, a volcano in Iceland. Strangely, the decor matches my apartment exactly. I’m here, of course, to make my inaugural post on our Spankin’ New Site.

Ooooh, man, ain’t it purdy?

But who am I? Who is this “DK” suddenly throwing words at your face?

I’m that guy from the podcast who just HAS to say something inane during the introduction section. You know, the one who in our recent SCIENCE episode repeated, with great fervor, “Fuck a CGI!”.

Did you pick it out, my voice? Good.

Okay, so, let’s talk about the man behind the voice.

I’m a guy that really likes that-other-stuff-what-ain’t-sportsball-or-lite-beer, things like anime, video games, tabletop RPGs, fantasy and sci-fi books, and so on. A NERD

“Well, sure, DK. You people over there at The Evil Council are ALL nerds.”, you might say.

To which I’d respond, “Uhyeah, ahem, you’re right. But it’s all about the shades, man/woman, the flavors!”

What are my flavors then? (gross…)

I’m the type of person who loves a well realized world coupled with a good story, foremost. All the flash and pomp in the whole world doesn’t mean a thing if it has no substance. I’m not saying those things are valueless. They aren’t. Just like anyone else I have moods where a simple purpose-made piece of media is just the thing. After a long shift in the mines, my body flaccid with exhaustion, my mind reduced to it’s reptilian roots, I’m much more apt to start up a game of Minecraft or Dustforce or queue up an episode of some fluffy sitcom. I can sit completely still and stare in one direction with the best of them. Do you know what gets me really jazzed though? Get’s my mindjuice flowing? Overloads my pleasure centers with frisson? Fucking, World Building. Character Development. Affecting Dialogue and Events. Quick and dirty examples might include: The Last of Us, Mass Effect, The Wolf Among Us, The Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss, Pandora’s Star by Peter F. Hamilton, Cowboy Bebop. It doesn’t matter the medium, if it has these elements I’m probably already a fan or a fan waiting to happen.

It’s from that seed that my vast tree of interrelated interests grows.

As a kid, I was the bane of my stepfather’s ideas of what a healthy child should be. I very much doubt that when he took on the task of helping to raise me that he expected to have to tell me to put DOWN the books and GO OUTSIDE. It didn’t matter much though. If he’d followed me out, he would have found me playing out complex and deeply imagined stories. Fighting grand imagined battles and taking on the mantles of, over the course of my childhood, thousands of imagined characters. From the time I was 10 years old, I’ve been an insatiable reader. First I raided my mom’s bookshelf tearing through her extensive collection of Stephen King and Dean Koontz books. When I’d worn out all of those, I would walk to the library and check out as many books as I could carry. (Sometimes more.) Searching out ever richer worlds to fuel my growing imagination.

This habit, I think, was the beginning of the man I’ve become.

After that I began to meet new friends. Friends like Eric (yes, the one here on the site), who after over 15 years of friendship still manages to help expand my nerdy horizons. He was one of those lucky kids with all the latest game consoles and, since he’s also an awesome dude, he’s always spread the wealth around. The memories of playing Goldeneye with him after school mark the time in my life when gaming went from a cool little thing to do when I wasn’t reading to a much loved lifelong pursuit. Much begging my mother for games and consoles ensued. Since then I’ve explored as many systems as I could get my hands on and, in more recent years, the godly PC.

It was around this same time that I found out that those cool cartoons I’d been watching throughout the years, the ones with the oddly drawn characters, detailed backgrounds, and deep stories were something more than curiosities thrown up by networks in weird time slots. Sure, I had watched Dragonball and Samurai Pizza Cats years earlier. This thing called “Toonami”, though, was the catalyst, the first time I was exposed to the word “anime” in a meaningful way. Watching shows like Tenchi Muyo!, Dragonball Z, Gundam Wing, Blue Submarine No. 6, Outlaw Star, changed everything. These weren’t like most of the cartoons I grew up with. Deep stories that touched on real human emotion and drama with characters that actually changed. Detailed and beautiful art. Exciting new powers, weapons, races, and worlds to explore. All from this weird country called Japan. AND, sanctified feces, they do these comics called “manga” too!

I was hooked. I became the prototypical Weeaboo in every since of the word and until around the time I turned 19 years old it was the great behemoth overshadowing my other interests. My love for it remains but I’ve grown more… sophisticated and eclectic, allowing other things to have equal time.

Like music. Or movies.

But that’s a post for another day.

I think by now you might have gotten the idea. The roots anyway. A reasonable sketch.

The great thing is, we’re going to have plenty of opportunities to get to know each other. I have such plans…. MUHAHAHAHAHAHA!

All this to say… hello and welcome to my blog and evilcouncil.net!

P.S. The first person to find a typo I missed and email me at evilcouncil.dk@gmail.com gets a prize :D!

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Hello everybody! My name is Vince Batten, but on the interwebs I am more commonly known as Bilbo Batten. I’ve been a huge nerd since the day my brain could grasp arts and media. My mission here is to give you some personal insight on some new and old gaming and nerd culture material that interest me, and may interest you as well.

I grew up playing video games since I was about three years old. My first memories were playing Sonic the Hedgehog on the Sega Genesis, back in the early nineties, with my sister. I soon started playing other games on other consoles as well. If you name the console, chances are I still have it, and I still play it. I fancy myself as a vintage video game collector. I will always enjoy a Nintendo system, and that hasn’t changed as of late. The Wii U is a fantastic system, and I hope that Nintendo really runs with what they have. It is a strange console with lots of features, but it always gives me a fun experience and the hardware is actually good. I won’t gush about that too much yet though. I love all genres from JRPG’s to puzzle games. I will talk a lot about my all time favorites, and also the new games I am looking forward to.

Video Gaming is not my only love, though, I am also a huge cinephile. I’ve always loved going to the movies. The whole experience is just truly amazing. You wouldn’t necessarily believe it right off the bat, but you are in a huge room with people who share similar interests as you, seeing as you all came to see the same movie, getting ready to see a new movie on the biggest screen you can view it on. I love classics and I will always go for those Indie hits. The Independently created movies from small publishers are always great because those film makers and actors are not constrained by what they are told needs to be a part of the movie. It’s true art at it’s finest. I won’t lie, though, I do enjoy a good summer blockbuster as well.

Speaking of summer block busters, the best ones tend to be comic book related ones. This isn’t always true, I’m looking at you Iron Man sequels, but most of the times now a days the directors like to stay true to the comic book material rather than throwing the character into some random story line. The story feels right, and the character doesn’t seem like a fish out of water. I grew up reading comic books a lot, both eastern and western, and it is nice to see mainstream media pick up the subject matter and make descent material with it. Edgar Wright, Joss Wedon, Zac Snyder, and Christopher Nolan you keep doing your thing!

Anime and manga are something I also plan to talk about a great deal. I have always been a fan of eastern media since I first watched Dragon Ball as a kid. Toonami was amazing in the nineties. Once Shonen Jump made it’s way to the states, I immediately jumped at the chance to subscribe. Once I was older, and I saw movies like Akira and Ghost in the Shell I started to segue into more mature content in manga and anime. It is awesome that there is enough older audiences who enjoy animation and want to see mature content in that format. Not everything mature has to be filmed in live action. Japan understands that more than the U.S.

I follow science a lot as well. So I will most likely be talking a fair amount as well. I guess it wouldn’t be a nerd culture blog if I didn’t add actual nerdy content in it. I guess I have always been more of a geek than a nerd, but I do enjoy science so I guess that qualifies me enough, lol. If you haven’t watched the new Cosmos with Seth Macfarlane and Neil Degrasse Tyson then you should definitely do so.

So that is a little bit of info on my interests and what I plan to talk about in this blog. I am a regular host on the Evil Council Podcast as well. We plan to start up a full website soon. Please stay tuned, and give us feedback there as well.

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