Test Setup

AMD Athlon 64 4000+ (operating at 2.4GHz - 12x200MHz); Shuttle SN25P XPC (NVIDIA NForce 4); 2x 512MB Corsair XL Pro PC3200 (operating in dual channel at 400MHz DDR with timings of 2.0-2-2-5); NVIDIA GeForce 6800 GT PCI-Express (operating at 350/1000MHz); Western Digital Raptor 74GB; Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2; DirectX 9.0c; NVIDIA Forceware 65.73 WHQL.

AMD Athlon 64 4000+ (operating at 2.4GHz - 12x200MHz); ABIT AV8 (VIA K8T800 Pro) / Epox 9NDA3+ (NVIDIA NForce 3 Ultra) motherboard; 2x 512MB Corsair XL Pro PC3200 (operating in dual channel at 400MHz DDR with timings of 2.0-2-2-5); NVIDIA GeForce 6800 GT AGP; Western Digital Raptor 74GB; Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2; DirectX 9.0c; NVIDIA Forceware 65.73 WHQL.

Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition 3.4GHz (LGA775); Intel D925XCV (i925X) motherboard; 2x 512MB Micron DDR2 PC4300 (operating in dual channel with 4-4-4-12 timings); NVIDIA GeForce 6800 GT PCI-Express; Western Digital Raptor 74GB; Windows XP Professional Service Pack 2; DirectX 9.0c; NVIDIA Forceware 65.73 WHQL.

General Performance


Shuttle SN25P General Performance

Shuttle SN25P General Performance

Shuttle SN25P General Performance

Summary:


In general, the Shuttle SN25P falls in behind the top performers, but not by too bigger margin. We put this down to the lack of adjustment for the command rate timing, which greatly affects the memory efficiency. The chassis is on a par with the performance of the EQS M56K9-MLF on the whole.
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