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    Post Shuttle's XPC SB81P

    Shuttle have gone large for the first time since the XPC was created. Their new P-series chassis brings with it the ability to drop three hard disks in without modifications, along with a completely redesigned interior, focussed on cooling. Here's a snippet from our review of the first XPC to use the P-series, the SB81P.

    It's unappealing with the GMA900 on-board video, so wait for PCI Express graphics cards to appear, pick your CPU and GPU poison, then definitely consider the SB81P as the host platform for those choices. Because if you can stomach LGA775 and PEG16X, it's good. Very very good.
    Check out the complete article here.

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    Looks good, would get 1 now.
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    Definite Fan of this XPC, just a real shame its Prescott, I wonder if this motherboard supports the next bump up in FSB from 800mhz to 1066mhz?, knowing Intel it won't be and will mean a new Shuttle in 6 months when they start releasing the new cpu's.

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    Looks very nice, now if we could only get a S939 AMD rig with that Chassis then I would be impressed
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    Rys m8 do you ever proof read these ?

    there are some section that looked like they have been use more then once.....



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    Such as?
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    or not has the case may be more of a case of the wrong heading....

    look at page 12 then look at page 11....same pifast heading when your on about kribi bench



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    "3DMark03

    Realstorm is a real-time raytracer, executed entirely on the CPU without any GPU assistance."

    Since when has 3dmark been realstorm ?

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    Yikes! will fix asap. I do resuse page templates, but I should have checked a bit more carefully.

    Thanks for spotting.

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    Np i was reading it last night and thought i was having a case of da ja vue either that or too much to drink



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