Shuttle SP35P2 Marvell LAN Driver
The new Shuttle SP35P2 Pro features the new Intel® P35 Chipset supporting the latest ETHERNET, Marvell 88E Support Wake-ON-LAN function. The Shuttle XPC Barebone SP35P2 Pro is designed for users who have exceptional demands in terms of system Marvell 88E Ethernet network controller. The Shuttle SP35P2, the tiny system that packs a LOT of punch! Compatible with even the Marvell 88E Ethernet network controller. With PCI Express.
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Shuttle SP35P2 Marvell LAN Driver
US Price as reviewed: Every now and again we revisit the range to see what Shuttle SP35P2 Marvell LAN latest and greatest XPCs are, but in many respects a lot of people have moved back to larger desktop machines because of its limitations in space insideoverclocking, upgradability and noise. Having seen Shuttle at Computex last summer, we saw it was keen to push its brand forwards again, by attempting to cure a number of these issues as well as maximise the benefits of the small form factor.
Shuttle SP35P2 Marvell LAN
This year, Shuttle has launched two subsets to its current Shuttle SP35P2 Marvell LAN designs—the Prima and Glamour series—both in a bid to add a bit of prestige to its brand. This is especially the case with the Glamour range, which we initially saw some models adorned with diamond-like plastic bits on the front.
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Thankfully, Shuttle dropped this tacky, overly feminine concept in preference for a neutral brushed aluminium and chrome look instead. It seems as though Shuttle SP35P2 Marvell LAN has dropped the P3 chassis from its line-up, and the SX38P2 offers basically the same features we've already seen and from the looks of things there seems to be very little reason to buy the SX38P2.
Shuttle still insists on painting rather than anodising its shell, even though the front bays are brushed and anodised, but this is for looks rather than for its hard-wearing appeal. The P2 chassis is slightly larger than the G, but it's still small enough to be dwarfed by any ATX case. The extra size offers a much better internal layout and Shuttle SP35P2 Marvell LAN expansion potential compared to the G chassis.
Built on a small form factor P2 chassis that Shuttle has been tweaking for years, the SP35P2 packs a P35 chipset, four DIMM slots, two hard drive bays, and support for double-wide graphics cards into an enclosure not much larger than a shoebox. There's even an integrated fingerprint reader, and in defiance of the system's proportions, ample Shuttle SP35P2 Marvell LAN for overclocking.
Shuttle SP35P2 Marvell LAN on to see what, if anything, Shuttle has compromised to bring the P35 Express to market in a small form factor system. P2 with a twist The SP35P2's defining characteristic is its form factor.
Measuring mm long, mm wide, and mm tall However, as we'll see in a moment, the P2's dimensions aren't so diminutive that they severely limit the system's hardware compatibility and expansion capacity. First, though, a look at the SP35P2 from the outside. Just marvel at its, Shuttle SP35P2 Marvell LAN, blackness.
To be fair, there are three shades on display: The contrasting textures play off each other nicely, creating a classy and understated aesthetic. However, as refined as the SP35P2 looks, there's really nothing new here. We've seen very similar designs from Shuttle over the last few years, and while there's something Shuttle SP35P2 Marvell LAN be said for consistency, it would be nice to see the XPC barebones line get a breath of fresh artistic flair.
To Shuttle's credit, the bleak blackness is complete, unpolluted by beige expansion drives or a messy array of expansion ports.