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    Shuttle XPC SB75G2 - Does this fit?

    New system for my sister, going with the above shuttle with the side grills wanted to know if a 6600GT or a 6600LE is gonna fit in?

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    As long as its a single slot card any gfx card will fit.

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    cool taa, read somewhere that the 6800GT's dont fit, but that must also have been cause of the width.

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    I hope 6800gt's will fit I have a shuttle reflexion pc and I'm planning to add one some day , people on these forums are telling me it will fit.

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    It should fit, I have a 6800gt and looking at buying a SB75G2 shuttle for it, I am just trying to find out whether the 6800GT will be powered by the 250w psu. The 6800gt is no bigger than my old ti4200 so I would imagine it would go straight in

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