SLI for your SFF
Subject: Systems | March 7, 2006 - 03:14 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
AnandTech has a head to head review of 2 tiny SLI systems. The Monarch Hornet Pro SLI Revenge Micro-ATX and Shuttle's SN26P SFF, both fully capable of running 2 high end cards in SLI, so they fit a lot of power into a very small space.
"The twist comes in the inclusion of a system that isn't a Small Form Factor design in the
strictest sense of the word. We have the latest Shuttle SN26P SLI-capable unit, and we also have
Monarch Computers' latest foray into the small computer world, the Hornet Pro SLI Revenge. Both
are quite a bit smaller than your typical mid-tower ATX case, but where the Shuttle is targeted
primarily at reaching the smallest size possible while still offering competitive performance,
Monarch goes with a micro-ATX (uATX) form factor. In exchange for size, you get some other
options, which we'll discuss more during the course of this review."
Here are some more Systems articles from around the web:
LAB @ Guru3D
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