Greg_D writes "I have mostly sworn off building my own computer systems over the years because I feel I generally have had trouble with them running at a cool temperature. Not that they would overheat, just that they tend to pump out so much heat that it typically warms my office where I keep a television and a game console to the point where it gets unbearable in the summer time. I am looking for a setup for a system that is relatively cheap, low power consumption, low heat production, and the ability to handle multiple terrabytes of RAID storage to be hooked up to a router for my personal file server. Graphic are not especially important, although it would be nice to be able to run a video out to the television to watch online or downloaded media, and perhaps with the possibility of installing a blue-ray player once they come down in price. This isn't really a media center PC in the sense that I don't really care about recording any video, but I might want to play Netflix shows on the box. Can I invest in an Atom processor and onboard graphics, or do I need something a bit more substantial?"