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Shuttle has been the leader in the SFF (Small Form Factor) market since they invented it way back when. For the most part, they continue to be so to this day. Clones have come about since Shuttle released their first SFF, but Shuttle's SFFs are still widely regarded as the best in the biz. SFFs have started to serve the needs of not only enthusiasts, but of small companies that are both power and space conscious. On the whole, Shuttle has essentially created their own little profitable niche that continues to be the cornerstone of their business. They are no longer the small motherboard manufacturer that they were at the turn of the century, but rather, a company that has been single-handedly turned around by the creation of a product that fits many computing needs at a good price. Read on to find out what their SB81P offers.

Shuttle SB81P: Chassis
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  • aw - Wednesday, October 13, 2004 - link

    #5 - I too was wondering the same thing??? Reply
  • swturner - Sunday, October 03, 2004 - link

    Back on 9/18, the article ended with:

    "In fact, we're currently in the middle of testing an SFF just like that. We'll let you know how that SFF turns out later this week."

    So - how'd it turn out??
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  • Ender17 - Sunday, September 19, 2004 - link

    after nForce4 is out, so several months Reply
  • ViperV990 - Sunday, September 19, 2004 - link

    Any idea when an AMD-based P-chassis XPC will be out? Reply
  • Evan Lieb - Sunday, September 19, 2004 - link

    Yes IceWindius, we'll have an SN95G5 review posted in a day or two. Reply
  • IceWindius - Sunday, September 19, 2004 - link

    Nice system layout, but I really want it to be an Athlon 64 setup and not the Prescrap. You guys gonna review the new SN95G also? Reply

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