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    Where to buy shuttle mobos?

    Any offers?

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    shuttle mobos as in replacements for their SFF cases?
    gemma used to but they were very expensive.

    Apparently they showed new normal mobos at Computex though.

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    Depends on which one.

    If its an old model just try ebay.

    If its a newer one, its cheaper and easier to buy the whole thing again.

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    • cotswoldcs's system
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    If you can afford a space shuttle I would say go for the most expensive motherboard you can find...

    I'd go for something stable if you're heading into outer space... I bet no-one at NASA uses PC Chips motherboards!

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    they use Russian ones that fail ...
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/6752459.stm

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    SB95v2 - failed board

    Already repaired once by shuttle. Just want a new one now (or any that will fit really)

    Have emailed gemma.
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    And by trying to force me to like small pants, they've alienated me.

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