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    nForce 4 SFF Systems on the way

    Digi Times is reporting that Biostar have joined the nForce 4 SFF race:
    The iDEQ 300P is expected to compete with Shuttle's SN25P XPC, which should be the first nForce4-based SFF solution on the market, with its official launch date set for February 22.

    The AMD CPU-based iDEQ 300P will feature a Socket 939 motherboard with slots for one PCIe x16 graphics card and one PCI card. A mini-PCI-card slot has also been included, to accommodate wireless cards. The system will also support standard nForce4 features such as a hardware firewall, support for 3Gb/s SATA hard drives, native Gigabit Ethernet networking and overclocking options.
    Read the full article here, and be on the lookout for nForce 4 SFF reviews from HEXUS.
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    SLI SFF was the first thing that entered my mind.

    Imagine how many PSUs you'd get through!
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    Any news on when NVidia are going to bring Soundstorm back, either as a seperate card or onboard solution?

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    I have one of these about a metre behind me

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    give me it !

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    Check this --->Pype at Overclex its in french but can be translated into English via bablefish.

    Not sure it can be classed as SFF but theres a comparison to a shuttle too


    or check the flash site at http://www.pype.net/

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    Slots : 1 PCIe 16X, 1 PCIe 1X, 2 NCV

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    thats possibly the uglest computer ive saw in a while

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