Not bad, but as with many SFF's, they get a little toasty after awhile. Underload case temp is like 50 and the CPU is like 55.Dillusion said:Very nice, hows that BTX style cooling, temps?
wipedout said:First SFF and love it. Will probably never go back to a tower ever again.
So far I haven't had any temp problems yet. I've had Long sessions with HL2, Doom3, UT2004 and Chronicles of Riddick with no problems, no overheating or artifacts. I will agree for the lack of being able to customize it but when you have a 1 year old that likes to bang on a tower you find that you like the option to have one on the desk real fast.EnderW said:Funny, I had one, and I will probably never go back to a shuttle as my main system ever again. However, I'd love to have one strictly as a backup, LAN box.
I didn't like the high temps, lack of customizability, and it just didn't "feel" like a home made computer, was kinda like a OEM machine or something.
Anyway, it is a nice machine, enjoy and good luck.
n64man120 said:Put it on that side for better airflow overall and to accomadate X850XT card size
waddles said:How's the on-board audio? I'm going to be building one of these in the near future and I'm currently struggling as to whether I should get a SoundBlaster and a video card that only takes up one slot (X800XT) or use onboard audio and get an X850
Do you still have your Shuttle SB81p system? My intel SB81p motherboard failed and I need a new one. Would you be interested in selling your base shuttle system or just the motherboard?