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Old 18th January 2005, 00:04   #1
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Default Shuttle to make SLI barebone system

WHEN IT COMES to barebones systems all eyes are always pointed to Shuttle. These guys are clearly leaders in this market, even though some other companies are making it fight for its money.
We saw the first Nforce 4 based barebone back at the Consumer Electronics Show, and this machine is supposed to be ready by the end of the month. Still, this PC had only one PCI Express (PCIe) graphics port. We spotted that there is a place on the current Nforce 4 motherboard for one more PCIe graphics card slot.

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