With support for 800MHz FSB CPUs, dualchannel DDR400 memory, 8X AGP, system overclocking and Serial ATA storage, Shuttle has again redefined SFF computing

(Taipei, Taiwan — May 21, 2003) Shuttle Inc, a leading provider of small form-factor (SFF) computers and mainboards, has announced the SB61G2 XPC. Based on the Intel 865G and ICH 5 chipsets, a tag-team quantum leap over competing mainboard chipset solutions, Shuttle’s latest SFF computer delivers leading-edge performance, integration and style.

“The launch of the SB61G2 solidly affirms Shuttle’s leadership in the SFF market space,”said David, Yu, chairman of Shuttle Inc. “We’re delivering an unprecadented new level integration and performance in a form factor that destroys the myth that bigger is better.”

“The SB61G2 XPC was created to provide performance and ships with a full overclocking capabilities built in,” said Ken Huang, vice president, systems R&D at Shuttle. “This SFF computer offers the feature set — 800MHz FSB CPU and PC3200 memory support, full-system overclocking, 8X AGP, Serial ATA — that creative pros and hardcore gamers have been waiting for.”

Additional features of the SB61G2 XPC include integrated 10/100 Mbps Ethernet, three FireWire 400 ports, six external USB 2.0 ports, 6-channel audio with SPDIF digital I/O and ATA100 legacy device support. Also, with an industry-standard 32-bit PCI slot and space for one 5.25-inch and two 3.5-inch hard disk drives, Shuttle’s latest small form factor advance provides benchmark-setting value.

Shuttle’s XPC product line includes seven value-enhanced models and 18 after-market upgrade/mod kits, XPC accessories, which together provide unrivaled market opportunities for the company’s OEM, system integrator (SI) and retail partners worldwide.

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