Betty Boop Home Theatre PC

A HTPC is a Home Theater Personal Computer. These are computers which you would normally buy or build yourself which is solely designed to connect to your television. A HTPC is basically an all-in-one entertainment system.

A basic home theater media pc should allow you to: watch live HD television, watch movies (all formats), record television, play games, view videos/photos, and listen to music.

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AMD FX 6300 (6-core @ 3.5GHz)

8GB GSkill Memory

Samsung 250GB EVO SSD

1TB Western Digital SATA

500GB Western Digital SATA

MSI 970 Gaming Motherboard
Features include:
Audio Boost 2
Sound Blaster Cinema 2
KILLER Gigabit ethernet
OC Genie 4 (for overclocking)
SLI & Crossfire support
(Run 2 video cards simultaneously)
Gold-plated gaming port

Corsair CX600M power supply
(Wrapped in white carbon fiber vinyl)


Vinyl Betty Boop decals
Meteor led light sticks (with sound activated module)
Bitfenix Fans
(140mm front, 2x 120mm side)
Corsair H60 CPU Water Cooler
(2 fans blowing out the back)
Several other hard drives
Strike-X fan contoller Panel
2x 200mm led NZXT fans
Corsair Red cabling
Redragon Asura keyboard
Redragon Perdition Gaming Mouse


NZXT Phantom ATX Full Tower Computer Case

NZXT presents the cutting edge Phantom Full Tower Chassis. Designed with sleek, pristine contours, the Phantom radiates personality and quality. As with all NZXT products, NZXT strives to set apart their customers from the rest with unique, original designs – they run the extra mile so you won’t have to settle with the typical rectangular box.

The Phantom delivers high-performance cooling advantages with seven fan-cooling options, dual radiator support, quad water-cooling cutouts, and five 20W per channel fan controls. An innovative 5.25″ screwless system, vast space to encompass seven hard drives, and five 5.25″ bays enable smooth customization. Establish your power and your presence.

Windows 10 with Windows Media Center installed
(Windows Media Center has been removed in Windows 10. It is possible to install it yourself. So far it works. Able to watch live TV. Was a lil quirky on setup but just had to try again. It works!)