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    Hi Guys.

    I am thinking about building a shuttle SL box and was wondering if the specs below will be ok to run SL on?

    Thanks in advance

    Shuttle SG41J1 Plus (Socket 775) DDR3 Barebones - Black [SHUT-SG41J1-PLUS ]

    This Mini-PC Barebone is the first offspring of Shuttle's new J series and has been completely redesigned from top to bottom. It combines for the first time the features of various entry-level models to enable the widest possible spectrum of applications. Uncompromising reliability and maximum compatibility are guaranteed by the G41 Express Chipset. SG41J1 supports up to 8 GB of dual channel DDR3 memory and modern Intel Celeron and Core 2 processors with up to four cores. An Intel GMA X4500 graphics processor that supports DirectX-10 is already integrated. In addition to USB, PS/2, parallel and COM ports, the SG41J1 also offers one PCI-Express X16 and one PCI expansion slot.

    - Chassis: J1-type chassis made of steel, color: black
    - Storage bays: 1x 13.5cm (5.25") external, 2x 8.9cm (3.5") internal
    - Processor support: Socket 775, Supports Intel Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Duo, Pentium Dual Core, Celeron Dual-Core, Celeron 4xx
    - Memory support: 2 x 240 pin DIMM memory slots, Supports DDR3-800/1066 (PC3-6400/8500) unbuffered SDRAM memory, Up to a total size of 8 GB, max. 4 GB per DIMM
    - Integrated Graphics: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500 (GMA X4500)
    - Integrated Audio:Audio Codec: IDT 92HD89C, 5.1 channel,Three analog audio connectors (3.5mm) at the Back-Panel
    - Gigabit LAN Controller: Marvell 88E8057 Ethernet network controller (Gigabit), Supports 100 / 1.000 MBit/s operation (100Base-TX/1000Base-T)
    - Front Panel connectors: Microphone (3,5 mm), Headphone /Line-out (3,5 mm),2x USB 2.0 (Hi-Speed)
    - Back Panel connectors: DVI-D output (24 pin, digital), 4x USB 2.0 (Hi-Speed), GigaBit LAN (RJ45), PS/2 keyboard (6-pol. Mini-DIN), PS/2 mouse (6-pol. Mini-DIN), Audio Line in, Line out, Microphone

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    Just want to add in that I was also looking at this computer (Shuttle SG41J1-PLUS Socket LGA775 Intel G41 + ICH7 Chipset Dual Channel DDR3 1066/800 MHz 5.1 Channel HD Audio GigaLAN 250W Power Supply mini-ITX | Canada Computers) and would love to get some input about if it will work. From what I've read on a couple of sites, the hardware appears to fine.



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