Month: July 2004

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Shuttle XPC ST61G4 SFF barebones PC

The Shuttle XPC Zen made a big splash at SPCR earlier this year as the quietest SFF system we’d reviewed, with an external fanless PSU and no AGP slot. The Shuttle XPC ST61G4 uses a quiet fan-cooled higher power PSU and offers the AGP slot on the same basic ATI9100 chipset board, making it more

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Antec NeoPower 480 PSU

Antec has named a new power supply after pop cinema culture’s most recent futuristic savior icon. The Antec NeoPower 480 is the first retail PSU with detachable, customizable peripheral output cables. Very nifty! It is also Antec’s first 120mm fan model, with Active PFC and ATX12V V2.0 compliance for PCI Express. You can’t help ask,

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Yeong Yang “Mars” YY-5603 mid-tower case

Yeong Yang‘s new MarsYY-5603 mid-tower case is a Thermally-Advantaged Chassis designed for hot systems. It happens to have many strengths that make it suitable for quiet computing. The intelligent bezel design, the very good airflow potential, the sturdiness of the case, the attention to small details: All these add up to a serious case, one

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SilverStone SST-LC01 HTPC Case

SilverStone’s SST-LC01 is a high quality, generous size, aluminum HTPC case with good overall design that’s actually pretty good for a quiet computing platform. It also happens to be an excellent prospect if you wish to modify a case for extreme silent performance. In essence, a clever adaptation of a small mid-tower into a HTPC

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Coolmax Taurus CF-300 Fanless ATX PSU

The Coolmax Taurus CF-300 is the second fanless ATX power supply to be reviewed by SPCR. Fanless cooling is the ultimate goal for those who pursue silent computing, and the Coolmax Taurus is one of the many new components that boast fanless operation. It is quiet and hihgly efficient but runs hot, and the review

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