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    Question Shuttle AMD 64 with 9800pro?

    I have a feeling that this shuttles AMD 64 system, but no one including shuttle have any information on it, i was also lookin at the shuttle systems and was wondering if the PSU will have enough power to run a ATI 9800 pro effectively since they only have 200w power supplies? and will the card even fit in this system, if any one can tell me if you know or have the same system Please give me a post Thanks Alot People!

    System:Shuttle SN85G4 AMD Barebones System
    3D Card:Hercules ATI 9800pro

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    Really a SFF question... there is a seperate forum for it

    But anyways, A 9800Pro will fit perfectly in a shuttle. Shouldn't be any problems at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StarkMjolk
    Really a SFF question... there is a seperate forum for it

    But anyways, A 9800Pro will fit perfectly in a shuttle. Shouldn't be any problems at all.
    Thanks alot,

    ok but will it power a 9800pro?
    Coz i got it in my pc @ the mo and its using a 450w PSU!

    I dont think a 200w PSU will do thb???

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    Hi Malice

    I know people who are running 9800Pros in Athlon XP-based Shuttles, so barring any radical differences, I would think you should be alright. Of course the power depends on other factors, such as the kind and amount of other components utilised, but generally speaking it's rare for peope to encounter problems. Even if you do hit trouble, Shuttle sell PSUs up to 250W for their XPC systems which seem capable of running the most demanding cards.

    Kind Regards

    Jonty

    P.S. What Shuttle model is it? I just had a quick gander at Shuttle's site and two of the Athlon 64 systems have 240W PSUs as standard.
    Last edited by Jonty; 27-05-2004 at 08:43 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malice19
    Thanks alot,

    ok but will it power a 9800pro?
    Coz i got it in my pc @ the mo and its using a 450w PSU!

    I dont think a 200w PSU will do thb???
    It's a 240W PSU and yes it will work fine.

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    Malice it'l run fine mate. The shuttle psu's are very high quality

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    Aye Thanks 4 the INFO Geeza's
    Nice one,

    Will be getting Shuttle next month hopefully, All i need now is some RAM and a AMD 64 chip.

    Know some sites But does any one also know any good sites with good prices?

    Thanks alot
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    http://www.gemma.co.uk/

    That site has the latest 64 Shuttle (SN85G4 v2) for just over £200. Pre-wired, so it helps with airflow and tested with a 9800 Pro on Sudhian.

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