- AMD Phenom II / Phenom / Athlon 64 X2 / Athlon 64 AMD Socket AM2+ / AM3
- AMD 760G AMD SB710
- 2 x 240Pin DIMM DDR2 533/667/800
- ATI Radeon 3000
Another excellent XPC from Shuttle. 08/11/2009
Small size, attractive design, all solid transistor MB, PCI-e and PCI expansion slots, very quiet. 6 USB ports, excellent built in ICE cooler and very reliable PSU.
Not PCI-e 2.0, the materials on the front bezel seem cheaper than the old one, so-so integrated graphics, would have preferred a 300+ watt PSU, only 2 3.5” bays
I got the Shuttle SA76G2 XPC along with the Athlon II X2 245 Regor to replace a (really) aging Shuttle SK41G XPC with Athlon 2600+. The system was used for bittorent downloads/uploads, cd/DVD burning, some movie viewing and general web surfing under openSUSE in the family room. The old SK41G had served me reliably for close to 8 years being left constantly on with out a problem so getting another XPC was an easy decision. This one looks almost identical to the old one except it doesn't have the glass covering the front (which is a great thing) and runs almost silent. Installing the CPU, memory, HDD and DVD burner was very easy since it was identical to the old one and had done it before. Installing openSUSE 64 bit went with out a hitch (I was a bit concerned) and everything worked except for the ATI drivers that had to be installed manually. All in all this was a simple built and an even simpler install that took all of ~ 1 hour from start to finish. The end result: a surprisingly spe
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