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    How Many Have You Had?

    How Many SFF PC's have you had in the history of SFF PC's....?


    I've had FOUR!!!! It started off back in January 2001. When i first bought my Shuttle SV24 with a P3 1ghz and 512mb PC133 RAM. Awesome little machine. Then moved onto a SS51G with a 1.8GHz P4, Carried on to the SB52G2 and now im onto the anniversary model with a 2.8GHz Pentium 4.




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    Shuttle SV24 with Perspex Facia
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    Shuttle SS51G
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    Shuttle SB52G2
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    Shuttle RefleXion XPC, 20th Anniversary Model
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    I've never owned one ... would like to but I just can't afford to keep to PCs upto date and I have too many PCI cards and a GFX card that takes up 4 (yes 4) slots!

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    I have had 3 so far, SB51G, SN41G2 and SN45G...all been great and still working best PC's I used for a long time.
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    Ive got one - SN45G - love it to bits.

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    Well Ive had my SN41G2 for some time now as my gaming rig, I've recently bought a SN45G to be my main rig

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    SS51G - sister has it now
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    SN41G2 - 1.6duron more than fast enough for me, just need to slience it somehow now.
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    1 - SN41G2, and its nice
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    I'm still on my 1st, SN41G2B, I've built another 3 for other people tho...
    Mine doesnt get used much, sometimes if theres something I wanna watch on the TV the Shuttle will get used for web browsing or if Joel comes round he'll browse a bit as well, mainly thats what it gets used for but then when I get time I'll watch films on it via the TV or it gets taken to LAN's....

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    I've had 2, An SN41 and my current sn45, loved em both to bits

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    Quote Originally Posted by Knoxville
    I've had 2, An SN41 and my current sn45, loved em both to bits
    Shuttle SV25
    Shuttle SS51G
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    Just remembered, use to have an SS50 also!

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    Just build me a SN41G2 as my second rig, well happy with the little blighter

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    owned 2, and still got them!
    51B and 51G (I think! - the first p4 ones!)

    the 51b is the v2 version that supports HT.

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    SV24
    SV25

    Both work perfectly and all in all some of the most stable machines i've seen (still running the first XP install I ever did on the 24 and I got it shortly after they hit the UK). Load them with RAM and they are still very fast to this day (farm out video encoding/processing jobs to them). Only way i'd part with them is to upgrde to a nice little P4 unit

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    I've had 3, sv24, sk416 and currently have the sn41g.
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