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Shuttle's little, tiny, ST20G5 - Shuttle's little, tiny, ST20G5
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Despite its attractive feature set, motherboard manufacturers have been slow to release retail products based on the Radeon Xpress 200 chipset. Shuttle hasn't shied away, though. The small form factor originator has a history of aggressively implementing new core logic chipsets, and they've come up with a cube based on the Radeon Xpress 200. With DirectX 9-class integrated graphics, dual monitor outputs, PCI Express, High Definition Audio, and a striking brushed aluminum chassis, the ST20G5 promises to be the most well-rounded XPC for Athlon 64 processors. Read on to see if the system lives up to its potential.
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