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    Shuttle Specs (Feedback Welcome!)

    I have eventually decided what to do this christmas! Please tell me what you guys think

    Shuttle SN45G
    Athlon XP 2600 (333mhz)
    1GB 2700 DDR Ram (2x 512mb)
    Sapphire Radeon 9600XT (256 or 128mb, depends on which our distributors can get their hands on!)
    80GB Seagate Barracuda
    CD/DVD/RW Combo Drive (got a nice Coolermaster beazel to go on it too )

    On a side note, Im not up-to-date with the latest Arctic Silver, could anyone give me advice on which one ot use in a shuttle? Also if anyone could point me in the direction of someone who sells it that would be great too! Cheers guys!

    Meminur

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    i would get the 2600+ barton or the 2500+ but thats just me = )

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    Already have the Processor mate, running on it now

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    then nevermind me! =) sounds like a good setup then.. what brand of ram are you gonna get? i could recommend corsair, but what ever you get check the shuttle website for the compatible ram list.

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    I erm... Its OEM stuff from one of our distributors from work Hope it works!

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    iam sure you will be ok, a few ppl have had problems with memory but you should be fine

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    Only thing i could find to do with RAM on the shuttle website was this:

    Dual Channel DDR Support: FN45S001





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    Ok, i found the page where it has the brands of DDR it supports, the ram i have isnt branded, but it works with all the Gigabyte boards we use at work, i suppose i could flip off the case and have a look at the chips on the ram, actually come to think of it, give me 10 mins

    Meminur


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    Ok, just whipped off the cover of my pc, the sticker on the ram has some little symbols which are on a pic below, and the chips on the ram are "Liberty" they are double-sided sticks of ram. I have done my best to recreate the logo (veeery bad job) this is what is on the chips:



    and this is the icon that is on the sticker on the top of the RAM module:



    Any help appriciated

    Meminur


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    Edit also: Cheers XTR
    Last edited by Craig; 20-11-2003 at 08:28 PM.

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    Looks like you ram was made by some sort of cult! = ). no i have no idea about this one sorry

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    I had so many problems with the TwinMOS (PC2700) Ram I bought for my Shuttle SN41G2. I couldn't believe that the RAMs were the problem. I had to buy some Samsung PC2700 to make it work... I would highly recommend some branded RAM sticks. But if you are lucky, then it should be just fine. Good luck.

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    Well, im ordering my shuttle this morning from Gemma computers as soon as i get into work £139.00 ex VAT! If this ram dosent work its still under the warrenty by the suppliers so its np RMAing it Thanks for all your help guys!

    Meminur

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    good luck, iam sure all will go well with the build if you have any problems just pop back in here an iam sure some one will help

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