The XPC SN85G4: Designed for the 'hardcore' gamer
PC Power Play (PCPP), the Australian gamer’s guide to the PC’s cutting edge, has benchmarked a broad spectrum of SFF computers in their March issue. The stand-out performer in these tests was the Shuttle XPC SN85G4 that destroyed the competition on the benchmarks, 40-percent faster than the nearest competitor and left them looking gauche and blase.
"40-percent faster than the fastest machine in UT2K3, 20-percent faster in the Comanche 4 test and the leader of the pack in the other two," enthused Bennett Ring, editor. "Without a doubt this is the fastest SFF PC we tested, making it the perfect base for power gamers."
Based on the NVIDIA nForce?3 150 single chip controller architecture, this power XPC supports AMD’s revolutionary Athlon? 64 processors — recommended by PCPP as the gaming chip of choice.
Other features of the SN85G4 include; DDR 400 memory support, Serial ATA w/ RAID, advanced I/O — FireWireR 400, USB 2.0, SPDIF, 6 channel audio — and a built-in 6-in-1 card reader. “[all] wrapped up in a very affordable price,” the XPC SN85G4 is available for purchase in over 90 countries world-wide.
Founded in 1983, Shuttle Inc. (TAIEX 2405) is the world’s leading manufacturer of Small Form Factor (SFF) Computers, so far, Shuttle’s hardware product development has extended to slim PCs, AIO PCs, Notebooks and Tablets for home, business and vertical applications as Digital Signage, POI/POS and Kiosk.To answer the trends of IoT and cloud applications, Shuttle started to build up its software and integration R&D capabilities since 2011 and launched numerous of smart solutions for Face Recognition, Education, Home Automation and Long-term Care applications.
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