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    will Radeon 9600 Ultimate = overheated shuttle?

    I like the idea of the Sapphire ati 9600 Ultimate Edition passive cooled graphics card - nice and quiet (since my next PC will be on 24-7)... However I want to get the SB75g2 - will there be enough airflow? Has anyone had any experience of this combination?

    Also, am I likely to have any problems with it edging into the PCI slot's space, and also does this card require extra power from elsewhere? How would I hook it up (does it come with the right wires to plug into the sb75g2's power pack? (will get the rev2 silentX version).

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    I'd be interested in knowing, as I'm also thinking of getting a passively cooled card for my Shuttle, tho I think it will overheat.

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    It wont fit will it due to the AGP slot being to close to the edge, it will over heat as shuttles run to hot anyhow, wouldnt risk it if i were you.
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    It will definitely not fit, same as using any of those passive Zalman GFX coolers.

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    The Sapphire 9600 & 9600XT Ultimates will fit in a shuttle fine (They use a smaller heatpipe than the 9800 series). You may or may not be able to use the PCI slot though, this will depend on the size/width of PCI card you are trying to use. As for heat it gets a little more toasty inside but the shuttle can handlle it. Hope this help you make your decision.

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    Definitly not fit my arse. using one in a shuttle now

    Sapphire 9600XT Ultimate

    Doesnt require any power connectors, it will block some pci cards from being fitted but not all it depends on the card .

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