SS51 XPC: new Pentium 4 barebone system from Shuttle
Shuttle, known by its compact barebone systems, announced the new SFF (Small Form Factor) solution or SFF PC.
Shuttle´s SS51 XPC is a miniature computer, based on Shuttle FS51 motherboard, that in its turn is based on SiS651 + SiS962 chipset bundle. SiS651 Northbridge features SiS315 integrated graphi”s and supports FSB 533 MHz P4 processors, external AGP 4» slot and DDR333. Shuttle FS51 features 2 DIMM slots. SiS962 Southbridge supports up to 6 USB 2.0 ports, 3 IEEE1394 ports, has integrated AC´97 audio, Ethernet MAC, ATA/133 controller.
Shuttle SS51 XPC is generally thought-out and practical solution: the frontpanel features power switch, reset button and two LEDs blue power indicator and orange HDD operation indicator; below is the optical SPDIF, mic-in, headphones out, 2 USB 2.0/1.1 ports and IEEE1394 port.
The back-panel features 2 serial ports, 10/100 Ethernet, PS/2 mouse jack, 5.1-cnannel audio interface, VGA out, 2 IEEE1394 ports, 2 USB 2.0/1.1 ports, PS/2 keyboard jack.
New Shuttle SS51 XPC are expected in retail in the near future. The company also prepares a similar AMD system SN40, based on NVIDIA nForce2 board (see below).
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