The SS51G's aluminum case without components.
A tune-up for the box: AGP and PCI slots in conjunction with the Flex ATX Form Factor. The Socket 478 for Intel Pentium 4/ Celeron is still included.
Internal cabling: the connectors for the Shuttle system's front panel.
The overhead view of the opened Barebone System.
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Can anyone help me with the wiring diagram for the SIS 962Lua socket:478 motherboard? The fan wires hooked to the side panel yanked out four plugs that run the on/off/reset buttons and I'm lost on how to find the right docs.Reply