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Shuttle and A-Open bring out SFF Pentium M based barebones

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    Shuttle and AOpen have both introduced new SFF barebones (Case, PS, Mainboard & custom cooling) for Pentium M.

    The AOpen variant is very small, about half the height of a "normal" SFF and comes with Intels 915G- and ICH6-Chipset. The system comes with an external powersupply much like the ones found with notebooks. The small cpu fan is the only active cooling solution in the entire system.

    The Shuttle uses a fan with its usual heatpipe cooling solution as well. The mainboard is based on the 915G as well, but comes with a Creative 24Bit 7.1 audio chip as well. According to TheInquirer the unit will set you back around 416€s

    more details here:
    -TheInquirer
    -PCWelt (de) with pictures
     
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