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Old 18th July 2005, 05:15   #1
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We've mentioned it before, but we'll mention it again - the design of the chassis is genius. It is clear that the chassis was designed to be easy to install components in to from the ground up. I've got rather large hands, and I had no problems with installing components in to the chassis. There are many little things included that just make installation a breeze.

The general desktop feel, and the multi-tasking abilities of a Pentium D, combined with the elegance (in both noise and looks) of a Shuttle XPC makes for a very pleasurable computing experience. If you need a workhorse rig that's a pleasure to use, this is it.

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/200...e_sd31p/1.html

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