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    Biostar iDEQ 200T SFF

    The iDEQ 200T is pretty good, especially if this is your first foray into the SFF world. It's by far the easiest to work with. Performance is adequate, even if the overclocking potential and PSU were found a little lacking. There's a number of other iDEQs, based upon differing chipsets. What we'd like to see is an all-aluminium offering with better integrated graphics, Wireless connectivity and a quiet PSU. Biostar is on the right track with the basic design, and we look forward to futre models with renewed optimism.
    http://www.hexus.net/content/reviews...lld19JRD02NTA=

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    Why wait?

    "all-aluminium offering with better integrated graphics, Wireless connectivity and a quiet PSU"

    Sounds like a Shuttle to me...

    BTW, Shuttle will be offering a "super quiet, super cool" 250W power supply soon.
    70 hours a week is not enough

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    I just wanted to state that I have an IDEQ 200T at my house right now. With the overclocking, I had a similar problem to the one they had in the review, except mine gimps out past 252 FBS. Just a little FYI.

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    Re: Why wait?

    Originally posted by roc69
    "all-aluminium offering with better integrated graphics, Wireless connectivity and a quiet PSU"

    Sounds like a Shuttle to me...

    BTW, Shuttle will be offering a "super quiet, super cool" 250W power supply soon.

    Watercooling?

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    nah, pixie dust. best thing ever mate

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