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Shuttle SD11G5 Review

In this review, we’ll be using a Intel Pentium M 2.26Ghz Processor, along with a pair of Cosair XMS4200 CL4 512MB RAM and an Nvidia Geforce 7800GTX 256MB reference card. This board will be pitted against the Aopen i915GM-HFS Pentium M Mainboard that we reviewed a while back.

We’ll be using the following Benches:

  • HardwareOC Halflife 2  v1.6 Timedemo (HOC Highway Demo)
  • Hardware OC Farcry V1.4.1 Timedemo (PC Games Hardware Demo)
  • Doom III Resurrection Inbuilt Time Demo 1
  • Futuremark 3DMark 05 Build 1.2.0
  • Futuremark 3DMark 03 Build 3.6.0
  • Futuremark PCMark 05
  • Futuremark PCMark 04
  • Cine Bench 2003
  • SiSoft Sandra 2005

While putting the setup together, we noticed an irregularity; the PCi-Express connector doesn’t fit really well onto the graphics card, we had to apply quite a bit of force to plug the power connector in as the shapes at the connector ends do not even match with the connectors on the card itself. Just a little glitch I suppose.

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