Sporting a 939-pin socket for the Athlon 64, an nForce4 chipset, PCI Express, and an integrated Envy24PT audio controller, the XPC SN25P could be the best small form factor barebones system to date. Does it deliver on its considerable potential? Was it worth the wait? Read on to find out.
Update - Shuttle has a new SN24P BIOS revision with a 1T DRAM command rate. We've updated the review's conclusion to reflect the new BIOS, giving the SN25P our Editor's Choice award.
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