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Shuttle SB62G2

2CPU.com
14 January 2004
  • Excerpt: Last year, we looked at Shuttle's SB52G2 . At the time of its release, it was sort of an unusual product since Shuttle seemed to be targetting the enthusiast only; the people wanting either a trendy desktop machine or a compact gaming box for dragging along to LAN parties. Shuttle's intention with the SB52G2 was to target not only corporate desktops but also certain server-oriented duties.
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Shuttle SB62G2 XPC

Metku Mods
8 December 2003
  • Conclusion: This was the first time when I played with a small barebone for a longer period of time. I have to confess that I fell in love with this Shuttle SB62G2. Small dimensions and black stylish appearance gives this unit a certain feeling that can't be copied. Performance was at par with regular desktop setup, PCI and AGP slots offer good expansion possibilities and two network ports great access to different networked resources.
  • Pros: Small dimensions, Stylish appearance, Low noise, Great overclocker, ICE cooling, Two Network Ports
  • Cons: Slow Integrated GFX
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Shuttle XPC SB62G2 SFF PC

HEXUS
20 November 2003

Shuttle XPC SB62G2

Hardware Upgrade
3 December 2003
  • Excerpt: L'ennesima evoluzione di Mini-PC Shuttle incorpora chipset Intel 865G Springdale, due schede di rete e tutte le features accessorie che si possono desiderare in un PC di ridotte dimensioni.
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Expert Review

Cowcotland
2 December 2003
  • Summary: Je vous présente aujourd'hui le premier test d’un Shuttle sur CowCotLand, et je l’espère pas le dernier ! Donc Studio 26 nous a aimablement prêté une de ces petites bêtes, en l’occurrence un SB62G2.
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Shuttle XPC SB62G2

PC World
27 October 2003
  • Conclusion: Le problème avec Shuttle et ses barebones, c'est la multiplication des modèles à l'envi, ce qui est assez troublant pour l'acheteur potentiel. Les différences entre le SB61G2 et le SB62G2 que nous avons testé sont infimes. Ce dernier inclut le Southbridge ICH5-R supportant le S-ATA Raid, ce qui n'est pas le cas du SB61G2, mais perd au passage les ports Firewire dont est doté la SB61G2. Vous suivez ? Autre différence, le dual LAN pour le SB62G2 et une coque noire.
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