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Shuttle XPC SX38P2 Pro – Impressions

More than meets the Eye - Barebone PC for Quad-Core and Crossfire

Shuttle XPC SX38P2Pro

The SX38P2 Pro barebone is based on Shuttle’s tried and tested P2 series case design. The motherboard and heatpipe are new additions, however. Other mini PCs such as the XPC SN27P2 use the same case, drive cage and OASIS cooling solution.

Shuttle XPC SX38P2Pro

Shuttle XPC SX38P2Pro

Shuttle XPC SX38P2Pro

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    ye_sus , 25 January 2008 00:05
    integrated fingerprint scanner huh?
    what if u cut yourself and won't be able to use your comp? :D 

    neat stuff,but only for people with too much money to spend
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    r202156 , 25 January 2008 02:02
    It's a great product in many ways I'd say comfining the potential of most decent gaming PCs to that size is an accomplishment.

    However I'm a strong proponent of quiet computing, and I normally believe tomshardware under estimates how loud some products they review are, if they say this is loud, then I'd probably want it set up in a different room to me while I'm using it. Personally if I was to get one, I'd try quietening it in any way possible, only use a dual core cpu, put a passively cooled 8800GT (if I could fit one). Or perhaps external watercooling would be ideal though it might contradict the point of space saving and would be inpractical for lan parties.