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Shuttle XPC SX38P2 Pro - A Look Inside

More than meets the Eye - Barebone PC for Quad-Core and Crossfire
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Shuttle XPC SX38P2Pro

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 

    j/k
    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.