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AOpen EZ65 XCcube SFF PC Review
Posted by Philipp Esselbach on: 04/06/2004 04:00 AM [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
PC Stats has posted an AOpen EZ65 XCcube SFF PC review
Some SFF PC's have included a bewildering array of blinking lights, stereo and home theatre options, questionable overclocking modules, and even electro luminescent front panels. In this review, PCstats will be testing out AOpen's brand spanking new EZ65 XCcube - a small form factor PC built on impeccable design, with one of the best internal layouts we've ever seen. The Aopen EZ65 XCcube is based around the powerful, yet thrifty Intel i865G Northbridge chipset, and ICH5 Southbridge. It supports any Socket478 Pentium 4 Northwood processor, but it is unclear if it will work with the newly released Prescott core (known to demand a little more power than previous processors). The board has two available DIMM slots for upto 2GB of DDR RAM, in the PC3200 region. Other standard features include 5.1 audio, IEEE 1394, Serial ATA, Gigabit LAN (Broadcom), 8X AGP and PCI slots.