Shuttle SN41G2 v2 250W SilentX PSU
Description:The updated version of Shuttle's superb N-force barebones system - now with a 250W SilentX power supply for your power hungry graphics card!
|Warranty Type||Manufacturer via Aria|
|Manufacturer Phone||0906 47 00 309|
|Warranty Start Delay (days)||14|
|Aria Warranty Only?||Yes|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
Comment by rcww
Do u sell replacement motherboards for the shuttel?
Comment by rcww
Does the SN41G2 supports Amd's Sempron processor?Also is it possible to fit other shuttle motherboards into this casing? Cheers
Yes it does - and yes it is - although may not be easy.
Comment by MattH
I currently have a Shuttle SN41G2 with a 200W PSU. Is it possible to fit a 300W PSU? If so can you recommend a 300WPSU(silent or otherwise) which will fit, if not a 250W. Thanks very much.
You can only fit a shuttle one. They do a 250W one, but we don't stock it anymore.
Comment by Foolio
I'm seriously thinking about getting one of these. Can you answer me 2 questions please? 1. What is the most powerful Athlon XP I can use? 3000 or 3200? 2. Can you recommend a decent GeForce or ATI graphics card that will fit this case/PSU. About £150ish. Thanks
1. 3200 2. ATI Radeon 9800 Pro
Comment by Darren
Hi, I want to build a PC based on the SN41G2, AMD XP3200+ and 2*512Mb RAM. I want to use the on-board graphics for a few months, and get an AGP card later when maybe the Nvidia 6800 cards get cheaper. Shuttle's website says PC3200/DDR400 RAM is only supported with an AGP card, but if I buy that RAM now rather than PC2700/DDR333 will it still work? I guess you tell the RAM to run at the slower speed in the BIOS, but does this affect the CPU speed as well, slowing it down? Also, if I buy the slower RAM, is there any point in buying the XP3200+ as it will never be capable to run at it's full speed? Cheers,
PC3200 RAM will run at 2700 no problem.