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Shuttle T-Series SS31T

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Shuttle T-Series SS31T

The Shuttle T-Series SS31T is Nano-BTX Main board Form Factor, includes onboard audio and graphics, and accepts single and dual core processors. It utilises the Intel Pentium 4 / Celeron D processor with SiS662+ SiS966L chipset and 2 x 240 pin DDR2 memory. Its display is a SiS Mirage1 Graphics VGA display with Realtek ALC655 audio support. Connectivity is via Broadcom AC 131 ethernet and it has a 1 x 3.5 inch (bay internal), 1 x 3.5 inch bay and 2 x 5.25 inch bay. The unit mea…

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Shuttle T-Series SS31T

The Shuttle T-Series SS31T is Nano-BTX Main board Form Factor, includes onboard audio and graphics, and accepts single and dual core processors. It utilises the Intel Pentium 4 / Celeron D processor with SiS662+ SiS966L chipset and 2 x 240 pin DDR2 memory. Its display is a SiS Mirage1 Graphics VGA display with Realtek ALC655 audio support. Connectivity is via Broadcom AC 131 ethernet and it has a 1 x 3.5 inch (bay internal), 1 x 3.5 inch bay and 2 x 5.25 inch bay. The unit measures 31 x 18.8 x 31 cm and needs a 250W power input.

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The Shuttle T-Series SS31T utilises the Pentium D / Pentium 4 / Celeron D with a SiS® 662 and 966L chipset. The chipset set supports the Pentium® D dual core and Pentium® 4 processors with FSB up to 800MHz, features a PCI Express x 16 bridge, flexible single-channel DDR2-667 Memory controller, and the Mirage™ 1 graphics engine. The SiS Mirage 1 Graphics engine is integrated within the SS31T for visual performance. The unit also features the SiS 662 PCI Express x16 Bridge which is compliant with PCI Express SPEC 1.0a and provides bandwidth up to 4.0GB/s. The single-channel memory controller delivers bandwidth up to 5.4GB/s (DDR2-667). The SS31T is supported with an onboard 5.1 audio to for movies, games and music in theater-like surround sound.

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