Recomendations for a good NF2 SFF

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Recomendations for a good NF2 SFF

Postposted on Thu Oct 30, 2003 11:19 am

I am planning on upgrading my mom's old computer that I built 3 years ago for her. I decided to look into a SFF system for them, I am looking for a NF2 based system with onboard everything. I have her sold on the idea, as she think it will look "cute" ( parents, you have to love them).
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Postposted on Thu Oct 30, 2003 3:12 pm

Now, when you say everything, I'm assuming you mean video as well? I have an SN45G (no video onboard) and love it. Not sure on the SN41G2 but I believe this is the one to get.
Other boxes from MSI get hammered by both magazine and online reviews due to poor cooling and cramped layouts. It seems like Shuttle did their homework. FIC and ABIT seem to cater mostly to Intel.

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Postposted on Thu Oct 30, 2003 5:33 pm

Thanks mstrmold, I will take a look at that system.
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Postposted on Wed Nov 19, 2003 12:11 am

Biostar IDEQ 200N

NF2 w/ dual display onboard.
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