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    Shuttle R4 series

    I saw this on the Sudhian forums and it seems it will use the H61 and 760G chipsets:

    http://global.shuttle.com/Product_Guide_2011_v1_EN.pdf

    The AMD one looks a fail as it does not appear to be using an AM3+ motherboard.


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    Re: Shuttle R4 series

    They never aim their AMD stuff for the high end though do they, so no suprise there.

    The 95W CPU limit is annoying too.

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    Re: Shuttle R4 series

    Lack of overclocking on the Sandy Bridge barebones will allow my SN25P to hobble on allittle longer in this life.

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    Re: Shuttle R4 series

    Plus other than the motherboard, theres nothing new here. Its the same chassis etc for the last god knows how many years. Even the coolers havn't really evolved much, only the price.
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