Dayains, If you are in the UK you can get one HERE cheap.
You can get it direct from Shuttle for $156.00 plus shipping.
I kinda like the new design. Shuttle seems to have a problem serving up the AMD lovin' though.
The number of models offered for Intel are far...
Nice thing is that if your board comes with a bunch of expansion connectors in PCI slot covers (audio jacks, USB ports, whatnot...) you'll have...
Yes, but the newest Shuttle is a total re-design so the PSU won't retrofit to any of the previous models. :wallbash:
Sounds like SAS (Shuttle Addiction Syndrom) setting in. :hehe:
Heard that. I had 3 ECS mobos, all sh*te. :grr:
I agree with Gordy. A 266 Mhz 586 class Geode single chip processor might suffice as a websurfing machine for my grandmother, but not much else.
Shuttle has been rather notorious for thier "Factory rounded" cables being useless as many are damaged from the factory.
Glad you figured it out...
Cool daba. :D Welcome to the Shuttle club. *BEWARE* They are addictive!!
Directron.com has one. :)
This one looks promising ... Intel® Pentium 4, ATI RS300M Mini ITX Motherboard
How many HDDs are you planning on dropping in that thing ??
If you keep the drives to a minimum and go with a mini-ITX board, you may be able...
Yeah, that bites. :) But if 'yer building an inexpensive 'puter for you kid or your mom, you could start in worse places. :D
I dropped in Corsair TwinX PC3200 and never had a problem.
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