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Shuttle intros XPC Prima SP35P2 Pro

P35 Express based

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Sep 7, 2007 12:52 am

Shuttle have added another XPC to their lineup this week based on Intel's tried and trusted P35 Express chipset. The new XPC Prima SP35P2 Pro has most of the features we've come to expect from the P35 chipset, minus the obvious like a second x16 PCIe slot due to space restrictions.

 

One additional feature Shuttle have included is "USB Speed-Link" which allows easy file transfers from one system to another using a USB cable, and there's also a built-in fingerprint recognition security system which helps do away with login details and passwords.

 

More details within Shuttle's official PR.

 



(Taipei, Taiwan, 31st August 2007) Shuttle Inc. - leading designer and manufacturer of small form factor (SFF) computers and accessories today announced the launch of its top gamers' platform XPC Prima series - the Shuttle XPC Prima SP35P2 Pro platform for extreme gamers.

 

The Shuttle XPC Prima series SP35P2 Pro supports the latest IntelĀ® multi-core processors up to 1333MHz FSB, accommodating up to 8GB of DDR2-800 memory in a pair of dual-channel mode, over clock-able to 1066MHz. With IntelĀ® P35 Express Chipset's optimized system memory capabilities and chipset over-speed removed attain maximized over-clocking performance. The Shuttle XPC Prima SP35P2 Pro comes with standard 8-channel high definition audio solution enjoy your game from any direction.

 

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