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case that's slightly larger in every dimension than prior XPCs. With innovative three zone cooling, Intel High Definition Audio, room for a RAID array, and a PCI Express X16 slot capable of housing a double wide graphics card, the SB81P aims to stifle our complaints once and for all. Will it succeed? Keep reading to find out.
You may have spotted those two nods to practicality. The SB81P accepts DDR400 memory, not DDR2, and it has a standard old PCI slot instead of PCI Express X1. Given the relatively high prices of DDR2 memory and the utter nonexistence of PCI Express X1 expansion cards, those choices make sense. Beyond that, the SB81P is packed full of nifty new things courtesy of Intel's 915G chipset. The built in Graphics Media Accelerator has four pipelines and DirectX 9 class pixel shaders, and the PCI E X16 offers discrete graphics cards more bandwidth than the FCC. The ICH6R south bridge chip Nike Women Joggers
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It's not in our table there, but the SB81P ships with a darn near beefy 350W power supply unit, no doubt necessary to power the fastest Intel processors and PCI Express X16 graphics cards.
Shuttle's designers, ever vigilant, apparently weren't daunted. They've taken the opportunity, with Intel introducing a range of new standards and technologies alongside the 915/925X Express chipsets, to redesign the XPC Nike Pant Price
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As you can see from the picture, the SB81P looks great. The optical, floppy, and front I/O ports are all stealthed, and the case comes in any color you want, so long as it's black.
endows the SB81P with four ports of Serial ATA storage, complete with RAID levels 0 and 1, plus eight ports of 24 bit, 192KHz audio.
from a clean sheet of paper. The result is Shuttle's new P series chassis, the first incarnation of which is the XPC SB81P. This new XPC sits inside of a handsome, black, BTX inspired Nike Shorts Mens
That led us, by my recollection, right up to the introduction of Nike Tank Top Womens the XPC SB75S, a gorgeous pearlescent white number with a stealthed optical drive bay and whisper silent operation. Naturally, we complained that the eject button for the optical drive wouldn't initiate a disc insert. We whined about the SB75S's missing reset button. We lamented the fact we couldn't run a two slot GeForce card in the box. And, for good measure, we reminded everyone that Shuttle's XPCs had audio quality no better than your average motherboard and were not big enough to house a RAID array.
"Great," we said, "but can you do something about that ugly CD ROM drive bay?"
And we've complained every step of the way.
Our reply? We reiterated our desire for more overclocking options. The XPC company listened, producing the overclocking friendly SN45G and a string of new mini barebones rigs with performance BIOSes. We thanked them by campaigning for beefier power supplies and less noise. The 250W SilentX PSU was born.
This first P series XPC is true to its roots in that it includes built in graphics, so that this mini barebones box can become a fully functioning computer with only the addition of a CPU, memory, and drives. Also, although it's based on the newfangled 915G chipset with PCI Express, the SB81P includes a couple of noteworthy nods to practicality. Here are the full specs.
We decried the SV24's limited selection of CPUs. Shuttle then produced a Pentium 4 based XPC. We fussed over the early XPCs' blurry built in video, lack of an AGP slot, and weak overclocking options. Shuttle responded with better integrated graphics and an AGP slot. We groused about noise and heat. Shuttle introduced a new generation of XPCs that packed an innovative heat pipe cooler and speed controlled fans. We gathered our breath and whinged about the lack of AMD based XPCs. Shuttle answered by unleashing the nForce2 based SN41G2, an instant classic.
The one other highlight I'd like to point out up front is the SB81P's Gigabit Ethernet chip. This Broadcom Ethernet controller is a true PCI Express device, so it should feature higher throughput than most GigE built into motherboards these days.
WE'VE BEEN REVIEWING Shuttle's small form factor systems since the first SV24, when they were the only game in town. Over the course of time, we've watched the XPC line evolve from a quirky but cute little niche product into a diverse army of mini PCs that rival full sized computers in most respects.
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