Pros And Cons
- Modern PCI-Express interface;
- Advanced Socket 775.
- No parallel interface;
- Only 5.1 sound;
- It could be quieter.
The XPC SB83G5 costs less and can also do less than its pricier brother, which costs more than $120 more. If you can live with a few more decibels, then you can get a barebone with the latest computer hardware like PCI Express and a Socket 775 for Intel CPUs.
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