Shuttle SK41

Anyone know if there is a different board I can get for this? Mine fried and I dont want to spend $180 for a board from Shuttle!

"The misery of low quality remains long after the pleasure of low price has gone"
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  1. not that I'm aware of.... They're weird proprietary ones IIRC, to fit into that tiny case.

    You could cut your losses and buy a new ATX or MATX board and case for that price, and re-use all the RAM, HDDs etc from your shuttle.

    This is why I'd never buy a cube PC.

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  2. Yeah, I kow I should. I am really tight on space plus I have 5 other towers sitting here. I should probably just move to a laptop instead.
    I do like the Shuttle and all....first trouble I had with it.

    "The misery of low quality remains long after the pleasure of low price has gone"
  3. You know I have the same XPC from Shuttle with a XP 2400+ and a GeF3 plus 512mb of pc3200 and I am so happy with it I stopped using my main pc.
    Sorry to hear your Mb fried.
    I know $180 is kinda steep for a KM266 Mb but you can upgrade to their Nforce2 Mb at about the same price.
    I hope this helps.


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  4. It doesnt end here. I pull the case off and try to boot it. Like any good pc tech, I start whacking the power supply
    :o) Sure enough, it almost gets completely booted then stops.....argh!!

    Oh well, guess I will part it out. No way will I pay $180 for a board when I can get the whole thing for $170.

    "The misery of low quality remains long after the pleasure of low price has gone"
  5. You could go with a MicroATX slim tower, they're actually narrower than a cube!

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