Window Home Server Book Server Project - Bombay Company Memory Box

Vasr over at terracode has built a Window Home Server into a Bombay Company Memory Box, which looks like a very expensive book. The first 2 pictures are from his a original build using a Jetway motherboard with Via C7 processor which has a VIA CN700Chipset with integrated VIA Unichrome Pro AGP Graphics. The Via based board […]

Vasr over at terracode has built a Window Home Server into a Bombay Company Memory Box, which looks like a very expensive book. The first 2 pictures are from his a original build using a Jetway motherboard with Via C7 processor which has a VIA CN700Chipset with integrated VIA Unichrome Pro AGP Graphics. The Via based board claims to have MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and WMV-9 acceleration which makes it suitable for this use. The motherboard consumes less than 20 watts at full load and with the laptop hard-drive, it makes for a very energy efficient little 'server', while the last picture is from his rebuilt unit with an Intel D945GCLF2 Mini-ITX motherboard with Atom 330, 1.6 GHz (dual core) processor.

   

His original worklog can be found here.  His rebuild worklog can be found here.

Source:→ WGS