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Old 7th June 2004, 11:07   #1
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Default System Guide: Small Form Factor systems

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One of the most recent innovations in PCs has been the Small Form Factor (SFF) case. This month, the Ars System Guide explores the world of SFF systems. Fairly ordinary by most standards, standard components plug straight into these barebone systems, which makes building one straightforward. They generally come with a single optical drive bay and a hard drive bay, space for two sticks of RAM, and oftentimes with an AGP and PCI slot for some expandability. Aside from the possibility of a high-performance system with a small footprint, SFF systems have one other thing going for them
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