Versatile Mini-PC Barebone to support AMD processors for socket AM3

June 19, 2009 | 10:41

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Versatile Mini-PC Barebone to support AMD processors for socket AM3

New entry-level model ready for up to 8 GB DDR2 RAM

Shuttle Inc., the market leader in the area of mini-PCs and the
manufacturer of multi-form-factor solutions, is now offering another
barebone for modern AMD processors. The SA76G2 hits the market with a
style not unlike its predecessor, the SN68SG2: classic black G2 design
in polished aluminium.

Even at only 30 x 20 x 18.5 cm (DxWxH), the compact device is the
first mini-PC barebone from Shuttle to support AMD processors for
socket AM3. Processors with AM2 and AM2+ sockets can also be used,
ensuring maximum compatibility and long-term upgrade options. This
versatility comes thanks to the AMD RS760/SB710 chipset inside.

Another highlight is the ATI Radeon 3000 onboard graphics that is
DirectX-10 compatible and allows for addressing up to four monitors at
once. This is achieved by installing an additional ATI graphics card
into the PCI Express 2.0 slot, which then cooperates with the
mainboard's integrated graphics processor via ATI SurroundView™
technology.

Given that this unit is destined to live on the desktop, it makes
sure that a variety of ports are always within reach. This includes
six USB ports on the front and rear sides, headphone and microphone
jacks, 6-channel audio, PS2, VGA and DVI. Additional ports – up to
four USB, two COM, one parallel and SPDIF – can be wired to the
outside from connectors on the mainboard.

This mini PC barebone from Shuttle draws its power through an
efficient 250 Watt power adapter, and also features a reliable
heatpipe cooling system. All key cables are pre-routed with delivery
to help you get set up fast.

The new Shuttle XPC Barebone SA76G2 is available from specialist
retailers immediately. Shuttle's suggested retail price is EUR 191 (ex
VAT). A list of retail locations is available through the "Shuttle
StoreLocator" at www.shuttle.eu/buy.
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