XPC SB77G5: Over-the-top performance, value

2006/01/24

TweakTown, where tweakers gather to discuss high-performance hardware, recently reviewed value-enhanced XPC SB77G5. TweakTown had some very encouraging comments about the SB77G5 and we are more than happy to share them with you.

“The latest Shuttle XPC small form factor unit is Quiet, Small, Easy to Setup and runs without a hiccup,” enthused reviewer Shane Baxtor. “We were more than surprised when it came to overclocking the unit and just what we were able to achieve...”
Based on the Intel 875P—the overclocker’s chipset of choice—the SB77G5 supports readily available 8X AGP cards, dual-channel DRR 400 and Serial ATA with RAID (0, 1), which together provide exceptional value and performance.

“It is good to see that people wanting to upgrade their PC are going to be able to purchase the new Socket 775 processors yet keep their old AGP graphics card,” continued Baxtor. “A lot of people are upgrading to new Chipsets/Processors but finding older graphics cards, like the Radeon 9800 PRO, [are] able to handle games just fine.”

Shuttle is currently offering six “3.8GHz and beyond” Pentium 4 LGA 775-compatible XPC’s. Whatever your budget and performance needs, we have you covered. Check out the ultra-fast, ultra-stable XPC SB77G5 at a “Powered by Shuttle” dealer near you.

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