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Shuttle SD37P2 Review

15 December 2006
  • Conclusion: Once again Shuttle is the first to come out with an SFF for a new platform, and does this very well. Reusing its newest P2 chassis, Shuttle has created an SFF that provides performance equal to the largest motherboards. Shuttle’s new SD37P2 is also the only SFF to support Core 2 CPUs and is also first to support Crossfire. This new XPC follows Shuttle’s superior way of making SFFs.
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Core 2 Duo Barebone: Shuttle XPC SD37P2 - Review

25 September 2006
  • Excerpt: As one of the few barebone specialists Shuttle is renowned for developing a wide range of compact yet powerful computers. Shuttle's latest product, the XPC SD37P2, is a Crossfire-ready barebone with an Intel 975X/ICH7R chipset thus supporting the new Core 2 Duo.
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Expert Review

SFF Tech
17 July 2006
  • Summary: We liked the Shuttle SD37P2 a lot. The new P2 front bezel adds a touch of class to the existing P chassis. The build quality and materials are excellent as expected from Shuttle small form factor systems. Interior improvements are welcomed too as they increase the solidity of the hard drives.
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Core 2 Duo Barebone: Shuttle XPC SD37P2 - Review

25 September 2006
  • Excerpt: Als barebone specialist heeft Shuttle een flink programma opgebouwd van compacte doch krachtige computers. Een van de nieuwste aanwinsten is de XPC SD37P2, een CrossFire-ready barebone voorzien van de Intel 975X/ICH7R-chipset en bedoelt voor de nieuwe Core 2 Duo.
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