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    Question Shuttle SN25P V2???

    Hi there!

    I am new to this Forum plus my English isn`t that good so please be patient with me...
    Right now I am building my third SFF system, this time it is a Shuttle SN25P. To make installation of WinXP flawless I want to update the BIOS first. Now I`ve downloaded the "o" BIOS already but the I stumbled upon something strange. On the shuttle website it says "Description: SN25P (FN25V1.x)". Now on MY board ist says FN25 V2.0! What is that supposed to mean???
    You won`t find anything at all on the shuttle website on a SN25P V2!! Can anybody help???

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    Pfresse

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    This does seem strange :s you tried emailing shuttle to find out ?



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    no difference

    actually it makes no difference. I could update my bios to the o version. However my 3000 Venice seems to be a bad overclocker. Any hints on VCore, Vdimm, VChipset to make that better?
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    Sorry irrelevant post
    Last edited by Ender; 19-06-2006 at 03:39 AM.

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    The initial SN25P units incorporated the nForce4 non-Ultra chips due to a shortage of Ultra chips, although the additional Ultra features were available. The V2 revision, which should include all units available now, include the Ultra chip.

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    Thanx for the answer! I heard something like that elsewhere but it`s a good move from shuttle!
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    btw, while I'm no overclocking expert you could try XPC Tools http://eu.shuttle.com/en/DesktopDefa...76_read-11535/ which lets you overclock (and more) from Windows.
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    The overclock features are not available for the SN25p with XPCTools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rox0r
    The overclock features are not available for the SN25p with XPCTools.
    Hmm, I should have remembered that. I'll try to find out if this might be changed at some point.
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