The SN26P features a Socket 939, err, socket and a 350W power supply. That's a pair of Leadtek GeForce 6800 GT graphics cards in the picture. Shuttle has the SN26P running 3DMark05 in its demo system, and it all seems to work as advertised. The box itself looks very much like other P-series systems, this time with an all-black treatment.
We'll have to snag one for review as soon as humanly possible.
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