My TVHeadend/Kodi Setup
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Server: RasbPi running LibreELEC (just for TVH) with external 500GB HDD, USB hub, and HDHomerun Quatro tuner. In a 3D-printed toast-rack with fan.
See picture below, more images and source at https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-80300

Client: Intel i3 NUC running Windows 10. DVD drive and wireless KB and multi-button Logitech gaming mouse. 55" Sammy TV and soundbar, driven at 4K via HDMI.

Kodi: Krypton, with Mousetuary skin (mouse is favourite way of controlling TV from couch, and allows web browsing and other windowsy stuff easily)

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HDHomerun Quatro, RaspPi/TVHeadend, NUC/Win10/Kodi
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If you had a fan at the other end, you could have cool air going in, and hot air to push out thereby keeping them even cooler!! 

But then there might be the issue of fan noise  Oo
Server: Windows Server 2016 Standard Hyper-V with Ubuntu Server VM, NFS shares and MySQL
Kodi: 2 Raspberry Pi 3 running Libreelec
My Setup thread | Setup Ubuntu / TVH / Schedules Direct
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Everything runs cool with the one fan plugged into a spare USB port on the hub. And I can't hear a thing.
Previously the Pi CPU was pretty warm, and the HDHomerun tuner too - although that was helped a bit by a firmware upgrade.
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HDHomerun Quatro, RaspPi/TVHeadend, NUC/Win10/Kodi
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I'm really envious of these small 'racks' I see on here, as I know that if I built from scratch, I would have everything running by Pi only!!! 

Love the way it keeps everything in one place, unlike mine, where I have the HDHomerun no-where near the ariel connection, and hidden under the Hi-Fi! 

Now I really really want a 3d printer!!!
Server: Windows Server 2016 Standard Hyper-V with Ubuntu Server VM, NFS shares and MySQL
Kodi: 2 Raspberry Pi 3 running Libreelec
My Setup thread | Setup Ubuntu / TVH / Schedules Direct
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