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Shuttle SN25P

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Overall 10

Shuttle XPC SN25P Review

3 March 2013
  • Conclusion: Shuttle keeps bumping the bar up with each SFF release, and the XPC SN25P continues that.  While we are not in agreement with all design decisions it is hard to argue with the nForce 4 Ultra chipset.  Clearly if you want that chipset now in a small form factor then this is the only option available to you.  It is quite a powerful package if you can agree with the larger size, and lack of a PCI slot.  More drive mounting options are tempting, and so is dual core support.
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Overall 10

Shuttle SN25P Review - NFORCE4 Socket 939

29 July 2006
  • Conclusion: Wow.. Just, wow. Just for fun, let's have a look at all my complaints about the last Athlon64 Shuttle XPC I reviewed; the SN95G5: 1) Lack of NVIDIA's GigaE controller, no NV Firewall 2) Not enough USB ports 3) Fit and Finish is lacking on the outside 4) Quite expensive How have these issues been addressed by the SN25P? Well... 1) This time they used NVIDIA's GigaE controller, and although ActiveArmor is not supported, you do get the excellent firewall.
  • Pros: TeraCube - easy to install over 1 TB of storage in a SFF system, NF4 chipset brings top notch performance, Looks great!, Smart fans are really smart, Excellent fit and finish, Integrated 8-in-1 memory card reader, Wonderful audio controller, Seamless installation, perfect fit & finish inside, Good digital audio options, External CMOS reset is clever
  • Cons: Expensive, Is getting a bit big for an SFF, No PCI slot, Still no WiFi, Only comes in one colour, No PCI or PCI-E bus lock
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Overall 9

Shuttle SN25P XPC (nForce 4 Ultra)

26 September 2004
  • Conclusion: The SN25P is yet another winner in Shuttle's highly regarded line of XPC systems. The P-Series chassis, on which the SN25P is based, is definitely a step in the right direction, with its intelligently designed cooling scheme and almost completely tool-less installation (a philips head screwdriver is needed to install the CPU cooler). And the SN25P's well appointed BIOS, good looks, no compromise performance, and near silent operation are also definite pluses.
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Shuttle SN25P

PC Authority
28 May 2006

Shuttle XPC SN25P (Socket-939)

Hardware Zone
9 September 2005
  • Conclusion: Those who have always wanted a high-end AMD Athlon 64 to grace their living rooms or LAN parties do not have to despair anymore; Shuttle's XPC SN25P provides the answer. Its NVIDIA nForce4 chipset is as advanced as you can get for the Athlon 64 presently and while the SN25P is not using the Ultra version, it's far from being a slouch.
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Expert Review

4 December 2005
  • Excerpt: Hace casi un año que analizabamos desde estas mismas páginas el primer barebone de Shuttle orientado al mercado de los Athlon 64, y muchas cosas han cambiado desde entonces. El socket 754 se ha consolidado como el predestinado a la gama baja de AMD, mientras que el nuevo socket 939 cada vez se consolida con más fuerza con su controlador de memoria de doble canal y los nuevos cores que AMD está sacando al mercado, y para muestra el nuevo core Venice con soporte para...
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Shuttle SN25P

4 April 2005
  • Summary: Waw ! C’est le mot qui me vient à l’esprit après avoir testé le Shuttle SN25P pendant une dizaine de jours. Ce barebone est tout simplement impressionnant. Grâce à son nForce 4 il supporte toutes les fonctions nécessaires aux configurations haut de gamme d’aujourd’hui, et il est en plus particulièrement bien pensé et doué pour l’overclocking. Mais ce n’est pas tout.
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Test: Shuttle SN25P

6 January 2005