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    SB77G5 announced

    Cool. This baby looks the bomb. Stability, style and sweet, sweet overclocking.

    This product looks like a work around to get more tweakage out of 775LGA processors. I would expect to get an easy 280MHz FSB on this baby

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    looks like that will be my next shuttle :x

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    We will have a review very soon

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    Bet it overclocks like a little gem

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    "the SB77G5 delivers bleeding-edge performance and supports cutting-edge Prescott LGA 775 processors and 8X AGP"

    hmmm hope they arent implying agp is 'cutting edge' lol

    don't get me wrong i prefer agp at the mo'......just the wording is a little 'pc world'

    wonder how loud it is? even the silent shuttles are loud on anything above 'ultra-low'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by funnelhead
    "the SB77G5 delivers bleeding-edge performance and supports cutting-edge Prescott LGA 775 processors and 8X AGP"

    hmmm hope they arent implying agp is 'cutting edge' lol

    don't get me wrong i prefer agp at the mo'......just the wording is a little 'pc world'

    wonder how loud it is? even the silent shuttles are loud on anything above 'ultra-low'.
    The SN95G5 is just 51db at full load, and the loudest component in that is the graphics card. Better than a desktop.

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