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    Any new A64 shuttles planed?

    As the title suggests I might be in the market for a new shuttle due to a recent scare with my prommie.
    IS there anything new planned? would need to take a fast ATI vid card, DDR ram and a FX55.
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    An NF4 based one can't be far off
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    would be nice to see a SLI based shuttle.. imagine the heat

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    there is afaik nforce 4 shuttle just been launched at one of the comp shows on pentium and amd platform http://hardware.gamespot.com/Story-ST--1393-x-x-x
    thanks to Conan for the link

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    There are at least two and rumoured to be three new Athlon 64 shuttles on the way.

    The first is ATI RS4?? based, the one with the IGP but I cant remember the number off-hand. Its in a G5 case but I believe is aimed at the user on a more limited budget.

    The second is Nforce4, in a P case, called the SN25P. It has the full works, including a Via Envy24 sound chip on the MB. Nice.

    Pics of both these are around on the web, since they were both on display at CES and the specs have been confirmed officially. I havent seen any firm delivery dates, but there is talk about early Feb.

    The third, case which may be a figment of someones imagination is the SN26P. Which is alleged to have SLI. There have been arguments whether it is true or not, but a poster on Sudhian gave some slightly random specs for it, some of which are obviously crap (such as PSU power). I'm in the undecided camp, since the particular guy has actually scooped some previous shuttle releases, so the model may be real.

    On the intel side there is a Media Centre PC, and the SB86i which is a nano-BTX design.

    Have a look at www.sudhian.com for more info. Though to be honest their coverage was pretty poor and the best stuff is in the forums where there are links to other sites and pics of the models.

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    so guess it's sit and wait



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    The Inq has a note today that Shuttle will be producing an SLI model (its Fudo's quasi English, so is written halfway between prediction and fact), should be available by March. They also say the non-SLI version should eb out this month. Not too long to wait then.

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