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Shuttle SB77G5 XPC - Socket 775 through Intel Canterwood - Benchmarks - PCMark 2002

We've got yet another Shuttle small form factor system under the spotlight today, this time it's the SB77G5 XPC. It makes use of the Intel Canterwood chipset supporting AGP and DDR memory but supports the newer Socket 775 Intel Pentium 4 processors. Today we take a look at the XPC and what has changed (if any) as well as see what type of overclocking performance we can get from the unit.

| SFF PCs in Computer Systems | Posted: Jan 20, 2005 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 8%      Manufacturer: Shuttle

PCMark 2002

 

Version and / or Patch Used: 2002/April 22nd Patch

 

Developer Homepage: http://www.futuremark.com

 

Product Homepage: http://www.futuremark.com/products/pcmark04/

 

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PCMark is a multipurpose benchmark, suited for benchmarking all kinds of PCs, from laptops to workstations, as well as across multiple Windows operating systems. This easy-to-use benchmark makes professional strength benchmarking software available even to novice users. PCMark consists of a series of tests that represent common tasks in home and office programs. PCMark also covers many additional areas outside the scope of other MadOnion.com benchmarks.

 

 

 

Here we can again see in our synthetic test that overclocking heaps significantly with our performance for both memory and CPU. Let's have a look how we go when it comes to synthetic gaming benchmarks.

 

 

 

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