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Thursday, 26 July 2007 12:13

Shuttle to launch GeForce 7025 XPC

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SN68SG2 is the name


Shuttle has been busy releasing new products recently and we know that it's going to launch a few more before the end of the year. The latest model is a budget XPC for AMD based on the GeForce 7025 / nForce 630a chipset that goes under the name of SG68SG2.

It's using the older G2 chassis and it supports AM2 processors. It features two DDR2 memory slots, one x16 PCI Express slot and one PCI slot.

It also has Gigabit Ethernet, two FireWire, six USB 2.0 ports, two internal SATA and two eSATA ports, as well as 7.1-channel audio.

The GeForce 7025 chipset also provides integrated graphics, but no information about connectivit was available in the press release, but we'd bet it'll at least have a D-sub connector.

More here (in German)

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