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XPC SN85G4 and SN85G4V2

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  • Mini aluminum barebone system with socket 754
  • Supports Athlon 64 with FSB400
  • Chipset: NVIDIA nForce3 150
  • Low noise with ICE-Heatpipe cooling
  • Integrated 6-in-1 Memory Card Reader
  • Serial ATA150 Raid
  • 10/100MBit LAN
  • 1x AGP (8X), 1x PCI (for simultaneous use)
  • 2x DDR400/333/266/200, 6x USB 2.0
  • 6-channel-audio, firewire and more
  • SN85G4V2 with Shuttle Silent-X 240W PSU
       

 

Frequently asked questions

Subchapters: Versions | BIOS-Update | AGP only 1,5V | Clear CMOS without Jumper | Hardware monitoring | Booting Linux | Hitachi S-ATA HDD hangs? | Auto/Manual RAID mode | Example configuration | Install OS on C: | Install Serial-ATA | Password after BIOS update? | Cool 'n' quiet | Hardware compatibility |

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Is Cool n Quiet function available in SN85G4?

AMD Athlon 64 Utilities and Updates

To activate Cool n Quiet, AMDs CPU drivers need to be installed on the system. Select Portable/Laptop in Control Panel>>Power Options>> Power Schemes 

This will allow you to use the "PowerNow! Dashboard" utility provided by AMD to monitor your system.

 

 

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