Featuring support for 3.06GHz Intel® Pentium 4 processors, HyperThreading and rock-solid DDR266 memory, the SB52G2 XPC delivers power and economy for office and home.
(Taipei, Taiwan — March 10, 2003) Shuttle Inc, a leading provider of motherboards and small form-factor (SFF) computers, has announced the SB52G2 XPC, a model equally at home on the desktop or on in the server room. Based on the Intel® 845GV chipset with Intel® Extreme Graphics technology, the SB52G2 delivers stability and power in a footprint that rivals blade servers with the flexibility of a desktop.
“From our first Pentium-based XPC, customers have been using our small form factor computers for broad range of applications,” said Ken Huang, vice president, systems R&D. “The SB52G2 is designed to better match the needs of small and medium-size enterprises, both on the desktop and as a server.”
Fig. 1 The front of the SB52G2 XPC
Featuring 10/100 and 10/100/1000 LAN ports on-board, as well as Intel® HyperThreading technology, dual UltraATA 100 ports and support for Intel® Pentium® 4 processors up to 3.06GHz, the Shuttle SB52G2 XPC is well-suited for the office and home, including mail, NAS and file server applications.
Fig. 2 The interior of the SB52G2 XPC
In addition to its dual high-throughput LAN ports, the SB52G2 also features high-speed USB 2.0 ports on both the front and back of the unit for connecting external storage devices and other peripherals. Moreover, with two open 33MHz PCI slots, it can easily be upgraded with high-performance SCSI and fiber-channel cards, as well as video and data capture cards.
The SB52G2 includes proprietary Shuttle ICE (integrated cooling engine) technology that not only keeps the processor cool, but also makes this SFF computer one of the quietest available. The Intel® 845GV based XPC delivers style and power with a full palette of advanced desktop features.
The Shuttle SB52G2 XPC measures 30x20x18,5 cm and weighs only 4.48kg.
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