VIAHardware review the Shuttle SS40G
June 09, 2002
VIAHardware have reviewed the Shuttle SS40G, the long-awaited AMD version of the SS50. With a lovely case and innovative heatpipe/radiator CPU cooling system giving much quieter operation, this looks to be the machine the SS50 very nearly was. Mini-ITX case designers take note.
"Working with the SS40G was a pleasure. It is very well designed, and even comes with an installation manual with color pictures. I recommend reading this manual, as it has several tips in it about routing the cables and the best order to install things in. It is a very welcome addition to the package."
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