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The media box is pretty quiet, I don't hear it when it's running but then again i'm not an audio visual nut so i'm probably not as sensitive when it comes to such things. If I was going to setup a theatre room or similar I probably would stream but in my case it doesn't bother me.

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Ah interesting, is hard drive noise not a problem?

I've had my HTPC in our Family Room for the past almost 9 years now, Hard Drive noise has never been an issue.

Sometimes you can hear fan noise if no media is being played back , but while playing back audio or movies its a non issue. 

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Backup all of your media for cheap online at QVIVO.com

Although I can imagine this would take forever with large collections.

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Backup all of your media for cheap online at QVIVO.com

Although I can imagine this would take forever with large collections.

 

And bust through my caps for months on end....

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Apparently AT&T have a 250GB Cap for my service, but I download over 1TB every single month and they have never complained

 

As much as people hate them, they have been good to me

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Keep your neighbours happy. Most ISPs will leave you alone if no one in your neighbourhood complains about poor throughput. If someone does complain, watch out. That no longer works for me; Rogers started metering every account about 1 1/2 years ago.

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I think Google Fiber got them scared too, there was a rumor that Houston would get Google Fiber after Austin did. 

 

It just so happens they upped the speed by 10mb/s for no cost that same week. Still no sign of Google fiber though :( 

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Recently visited my wife's father in Denver. He wants to go to a smaller place and wants us 

to buy his  house. Saw he has ComCast and bandwidth limits, no thanks.

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Recently visited my wife's father in Denver. He wants to go to a smaller place and wants us 

to buy his  house. Saw he has ComCast and bandwidth limits, no thanks.

 

I would actually choose to buy a house based on ISP options too, its that important 

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