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    Shuttle SK22G2 questions!

    Hi

    Does anyone know if there will be a Core 2 Duo version of the SK22G2??

    Also will bits from my existing SN41G2 be compatible with the SK22G2 like the 250W PSU??

    Is the layout the same also??

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    Guess no-one has gotten their hands on one of these yet, they are quite new.

    Shuttle are not stupid people, they must know that someone spending 120 quid on an E6300 is not going to spend 300 quid on a chassis for it. Not seen any news on an updated budget Intel box though, so it could be a long wait.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix
    Shuttle are not stupid people, they must know that someone spending 120 quid on an E6300 is not going to spend 300 quid on a chassis for it.
    *coughs*

    Make that 340 quid..

    http://www.icubes.co.uk/asp/product....chFor=&PT_ID=1

    Maybe the SD36G5M can be updated (bios) to take core 2 duo?
    Last edited by kalniel; 04-09-2006 at 01:43 PM.

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    That SD36G5M is still way too much.

    I buy shuttles at work, often several at a time. They are workhorses, and my limit is generally 140 quid each, including VAT.

    That is the market I am in. Of course, if they don't come up with those goods my next purchase will probably be the SK22G2 so shuttle still win

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    Hehe well I agree - I would love to get a shuttle and would pay 140 quid.. but no more.

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    Hi there. I have been looking at this shuttle and am curious to know from any owners what the Vcore adjustment is. I am interested inpartnering it with an energy efficient X2 3800 running at around 1.05V and wonder if this shuttle will support it. Not had much luck searching on the web for answers.

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