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    New Shuttle advice please!

    Hi

    Thinking of building me a little shuttle to go in my living room and play mp3s and a few dvds.

    What setup would people recommend.

    Not bothered about playing games or anything on it, just onboard graphics and sound would do.

    Cheap as possible is also VERY important!!

    Cheers
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    Anyone?
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    • Allen's system
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    If I were you I'd go for the SN41G2v3. Has onboard graphics, can accept SATA drives, looks good (IMO) and will do what you need very well at a reasonable price.

    http://www.aria.co.uk/ProductInfoComm.asp?ID=16966 £132+VAT.

    All you'll need to add is a Socket A CPU, RAM, HDD, DVD/CD-ROM and a TV card if you want it of course!

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