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| Posted: Jan 24, 2004 1:36 am

- Chaintech 9CJS ZENITH i875

Chaintech have always been known to provide motherboard packages which stand out from the rest, particularly in terms of feature-packed goodies, their flagship P4 board is certainly no exception and also offers excellent price/performance. Madshrimps have the full scoop for us.

 

We take a closer look at Chaintech´s flagship P4 motherboard. Powered by the Intel 875 "Canterwood" Chipset it provides an excellent base for any performance P4 system. How does it stack up against the Asus P4C800 and what does "ZENITH" stand for? Find it out in this review.

 


- Shuttle XPC ST61G4

Anandtech acquires Shuttle's latest XPC series SFF for review, the stylish ST61G4 utilizes ATI's IGP9100 chipset along with several other enhancements over previous XPC models. The new G4 chassis looks to deliver all that Shuttle recently claimed too. Definitely consider this as a viable option if you're in the market for an SFF PC.

 

With the ST61G4, Shuttle brings the ATI IGP to market in a new 250-watt Chassis design. Shuttle worked closely with ATI in developing the ATI IGP system; early ATI prototypes were built around a Shuttle XPC chassis. The current shipping XPC ST61G4 is based on the second revision to ATI's 9100IGP chipsets, which is said to provide improved performance over the earlier prototypes.

 


- Articles and Reviews from around the Web

- New Technology Reduces PC Boot Times @ Yahoo News
- Xenix Optical Wheel Mouse @ OCIA
- Club3D XGI Volari videocard @ Driver Heaven
- Athenatech A811 Server Case @ System Cooling
- Nikao Fusion II mATX Case @ ModTheBox

 

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