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    Need an SFF shuttle mobo

    been looking around trying to find a board that will fit into an SN41G2 as I have been offered the empty case for a price I really can't refuse, but am having troubles finding something to go inside it. Does anyone have any clues where I could get one? Not bothered about it being P4/AMD but I dont want a C3

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    www.gemma.co.uk they aint cheap tho, you would have been better buying it together its a lot cheaper normally

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    Do they sell anything other than the SV24/25 as I couldnt see them on the site?

    Also I havent actually bought it yet, as I was seeing how much it would cost to get it working again.

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    They do all the shuttle mobo's pretty much

    Out of interest how much are they wanting for the case?

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    £22 delivered for the SN41G2

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    I know, thats why I wanted to try and find a motherboard to stick in it, but as Gordy has already said, the boards alone seem to cost about £30 less than the entire thing

    Oh well I will have to keep an eye out for a board going 2nd hand and hope he still has the case available

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    Re: Need an SFF shuttle mobo

    Originally posted by Marc
    been looking around trying to find a board that will fit into an SN41G2 as I have been offered the empty case for a price I really can't refuse, but am having troubles finding something to go inside it. Does anyone have any clues where I could get one? Not bothered about it being P4/AMD but I dont want a C3

    ta
    If he has more than 1 I'd like.. I have a custom Amiga board that should fit just right... was designed to slot into a 5.25 bay.. just need to check depth

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    dunno why shuttle dont mass produce bare xpc mobos there is a market out there for em, personaly i would rather keep me s51g case and just replace the mobo every now an again

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    Yes, agree with that... I've two SB51Gs and dont want the "new styled" Shuttles but would like the 865 mbos with 800FSB support.

    I guess its something they think might be too much hardwork fitting such a small mobo???

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    Well with the way they have designed the cases, yes it is fiddly to install a mobo but they have made it a lot easier by allowing the drive cage to pop out easily so far from impossible to do.

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