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    HI ALL

    am going to get a shuttle very soon prob the sng45 but a couple of things worry me

    a) the tiny power supply (will be running )

    xp2600
    512mg 2700 333 ram
    80 gig hard drive
    graphics card (that needs power read on)

    my worry is i have purchased this for my current system and when it came i could not beleive the size of it

    i aint sure this is gonna fit in a shuttle and also you need to connect a power supply to it hence the psu worry

    all advice would be nice

    http://www.leadtek.com/3d_graphic/wi..._tdh_lx_1.html

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    Yes without issue.

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    i aint sure this is gonna fit in a shuttle
    the agp slot (at least in the SN45G) is right next to the case, so if the graphics card takes up 2 expansion slots in a regular pc case, it wont fit in a shuttle. (is that also what u were asking?)

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    people can have no probs with like uber pc specs, high end gfx cards etc .
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    It suprising how powerful the tiny little psu is Its amazing



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    its cos its got a mini nuclear reactor in it
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    • Butuz's system
      • Motherboard:
      • MSI Z77 MPOWER
      • CPU:
      • I7 3770K @ 4.6
      • Memory:
      • 16GB Corsair XMS 1866
      • Storage:
      • Sandisk SSDs
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      • be quiet! Dark Power Pro 10
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    Its because - in the world of the PSU - its Quality that counts, not Wattage.

    OF course, when you couple super high quality, with high wattage, thats good, but still shuttle PSU's are super high quality, low Wattage, still powerful enough to run a XP3200, 10kRPM Raptor SATA HDD, Radeon 9800 Pro, CD Drive.

    What more you want?

    Butuz

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    nooooo noo nooooooooooooo

    dont do it, itll work fine for power (mine does!) but I have a SN41G2, and that same card, the beast with a mother of a heatsink, it doesnt fit in !! it comes close, and you can do it with the case just slightly off fitting, but it wont fit perfectly unless u chop a hole in the case, got for a smaller card, i think thats the only card that wont fit in a shuttle

    btw, i did run it without the case on to try 3dmark2003 with it, and yes, it worked fine, no power issues on a standard 200W shuttle psu, but the case dont fit, i think shuttles are standard sizes, so it wont fit any other card tho, would work fine.
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    i was think maybe could possibly mod the case with 2 nice holes for the fan units to peep through from the vga card

    also swafeman did you know you can flash that card to the 5950 a380 ultra did mine last night actually cools it more and lets you have ultra settings aswell very easy to do

    cheers

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    hehe, i heard about it , but never did it, mines on ebay now

    got any links to it incase i dont sell it and keep it for myself ?

    tis a good idea cutting holes in the case, would give it good airflow to the card, and would probably look quite nice ! i dont trust myself with a jigsaw tho
    Quote Originally Posted by Knoxville
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    here ya go mate send me ya email and ill send you the files

    all need is

    boot disk for dos floppy

    put all 3 files on another floppy

    boot comp from floppy first

    insert other floppy

    type in WFFLASH.EXE NM A380U.rom

    let it run then reboot pc voila

    mine seems to have some issues on full new settings monitor keeps refreshing but i think it could be down to the cheapy tft i got at 75 though

    currently running fine at 440/900

    and shows as fx5950

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    chenkoi, well as i say its on ebay, last time i sold had a non payer, so if i have another, it will be flashed and kept, if not, it will be sold, either way i win
    Quote Originally Posted by Knoxville
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    swafe whats the link for that mate i would be interested to see final selling price cuz if i go shuttle gonna have to sell this and get a 9600pro or 9800

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knoxville
    As I find big muff's to be a bit of an aquired taste
    AMD Athlon 4400X2 @ 2.565PenisextentionMhz
    Dual Layer, Gold Plated, LED Power,Dual Golden OMG IT MAKES MY CodPiece BIGGER 1-1-1-1 DDR62.3 @ 1222.3433Mhz
    5 X 400GB Porn Array
    X1800XT Dildo enchanged 3D Version, 512MegaLongJohn
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