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Shuttle debuts two new AMD AM2 based systems

Posted on Thursday, November 02 2006 @ 07:06:14 CET by

Shuttle introduces two new solutions for AMD AM2 processors.

Shuttle T-Series Barebone SS21T
The Shuttle T-Series Barebone SS21T is the ideal entry level barebones system for use at home or in the office. Thanks to support for latest components such as AMD Athlon X2/FX dual core processors for socket AM2 and DDR2 memory, the Shuttle T-Series Barebone SS21T reaches new levels of system performance. A PCI-Express x16 and a PCI slot are available for expansion cards. Highlights:
  • T-design
  • NanoBTX standard
  • Room for two 5.25 inch drives
  • Supports AMD Athlon 64 /X2 /FX and AMD Sempron processors (Single and Dual Core)
  • Expansion slots: 1x PCI-Express x16, 1x PCI (32 Bit)
  • Shuttle T-Series T 2100B
    The complete system Shuttle T-Series T 2100B is pre-configured and offers excellent value for money. An important fact when it comes to use in the office, and which is met by the latest fully-configured SFF PC from Shuttle brilliantly. Numerous individual configurations are available in the Shuttle Systems Configurator.

    Both models are available from the end of November. The Shuttle T-Series Barebone SS21T will be sold for 136 Euros (without VAT). The fully-configured Shuttle T-Series T 2100B will be available for 520 Euros (without VAT).



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