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    Power Shuttle!

    Just done the last upgrade to my SB75G2. It now contains:

    Intel Pentium 4 3.2GHz
    1GB RAM
    80GB SATA Hard Disk (OK this is upgradable if I run out of room!)
    Plextor PX-708A (Might get Dual Layer Soon)
    XFX 256MB Geforce 6800GT (Came this morning, it just about fits!)

    Had a 9800 Pro in there previously. What can I say, any game all settings turned up, wow. I know the 7800s are out. I tend to now keep a generation behind in graphics, I mean its silly to keep splashing out £350 each time a new one comes out. Besides all games should play on this system for a while.

    Next upgrade, next year - probably. To Dual Cores

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    Nice little power box there

    My own shuttle is

    SN45G V2
    2500 XP-M @ 2.3ghz
    1gb Ram
    X800 XT PE
    200gb seagate sata and a 250gb WD : SE
    Liteon DVD/CDRW Combi drive

    Plays all the games i throw at it

    Next upg is prolly a shuttle sn95g



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    I've got a similar Shuttle XPC SB65G2B: http://www.crowdcontrolusa.com/overclock/mirage.html

    2.8C (oc's to 3.2Ghz+, but I keep it at 3Ghz so fans never speed up)
    6800 nu (unlocked and clocked to 380/800)
    2x256 Corsair XMS 3200
    16x Lite-On dual layer,
    floppy AND 8-in-1 reader combo 3.5 drive
    built-in 802.11b wireless LAN
    Pimped out paint job.... etc...

    Last edited by chrisf6969; 02-07-2005 at 08:18 PM.

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    Soon hopefully to be:

    SN25P
    AMD A64 3700+ SD
    1GB PQI
    X850XT
    240GB Storage
    Asus DVDRW
    .: Predator :.


    - Shuttle SN25P - A64 3700+ San Diego @ 2.7GHz - 1GB PQI Ultra DDR - X850XT - Asus DVD-ROM - 200GB Maxtor + 2*80GB SATAII -

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    Here's my 3700+ San Diego SFF rig with 6600GT.






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    Nice little monster of a rig there

    What make and model is that...does not look like a shuttle based sff i know of....



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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisf6969
    I've got a similar Shuttle XPC SB65G2B: http://www.crowdcontrolusa.com/overclock/mirage.html

    2.8C (oc's to 3.2Ghz+, but I keep it at 3Ghz so fans never speed up)
    6800 nu (unlocked and clocked to 380/800)
    2x256 Corsair XMS 3200
    16x Lite-On dual layer,
    floppy AND 8-in-1 reader combo 3.5 drive
    built-in 802.11b wireless LAN
    Pimped out paint job.... etc...

    Nice paint job



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    Quote Originally Posted by Firelord
    Soon hopefully to be:

    SN25P
    AMD A64 3700+ SD
    1GB PQI
    X850XT
    240GB Storage
    Asus DVDRW
    /me drools

    Wish i could aford the upg to a pci-e gfx card but this x800 xt pe is going to have to do for a while longer......



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    Quote Originally Posted by Apex
    /me drools

    Wish i could aford the upg to a pci-e gfx card but this x800 xt pe is going to have to do for a while longer......
    Your X800 XT PE is faster than just about any PCI-e card with the possible exception of the 7800GTX and the X850 XT PE, but even then it's open for debate. Depends on what program you are running.

    That SFF was made by me. It's a proto-type Storm PCs LAN Traveler. I'll be selling them soon in various configurations. It will be awhile before selling to the UK will be feasible however. I can barely keep up with orders in the US and I'm just getting it going.

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    Nice size box matey what mobo is that?
    .: Predator :.


    - Shuttle SN25P - A64 3700+ San Diego @ 2.7GHz - 1GB PQI Ultra DDR - X850XT - Asus DVD-ROM - 200GB Maxtor + 2*80GB SATAII -

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    Foxconn Winfast NForce4. I use a couple of different models.
    This is the one in the box shown.

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    Found any good PCI-E mATX boards?
    .: Predator :.


    - Shuttle SN25P - A64 3700+ San Diego @ 2.7GHz - 1GB PQI Ultra DDR - X850XT - Asus DVD-ROM - 200GB Maxtor + 2*80GB SATAII -

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    Quote Originally Posted by Firelord
    Found any good PCI-E mATX boards?
    There are some on the horizon but I have not been able to test one yet. The boards I use are good but they don't overclock that great. They do have some overclocking features though.

    They need to make a NF4 Ultra based micro!

    Unfortunately the Shuttle is the best bet so far, but if they are X2 compatible I don't see them overclocking well either. The X2 is a beast when overclocked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StormPC
    They need to make a NF4 Ultra based micro!
    Amen to that! Comon DFI, Abit and MSI hop to it!!!!!
    .: Predator :.


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    Really pissed at MSI right now. They won't even work on a decent version of the K8N Neo4 Platinum BIOS. The ones they have now are crap and they don't support the X2.

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