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    Building a Shuttle Gaming XPC
    Author: Daniel Topler
    Date Posted: August 30th, 2004
    Bottom Line: When Shuttle announced an XPC with an AGP slot, gamers could finally use this machine and loved the systems because they offered equal performance as their desktop counterparts, yet were stylish, light, and easy to build. SLCentral set out to build one spending under $1000, read on to find out more....

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    So there you have it. If all went well, you should have had your new XPC system running within a few hours, ready to game! Not only did you save a ton of money compared to buying a SFF-PC already-built from a vendor, you were able to fully customize the parts, as well as tweak and optimize it yourself. Hopefully, you also learned something from the experience. The SFF is a incredibly powerful machine, and is probably under-estimated by many. However, it is fully functional as a powerful gaming machine, and it'll be able to run the latest games (such as Doom 3) quite decently! Congratulations on your new system!

    As always, if you have any problems, need advice, or want to send a comment my way, feel free to e-mail me at

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    1. Introduction
    2. Choosing The Parts
    3. Other Accessories
    4. Buying Everything
    5. Putting It Together
    6. Installing Drivers
    7. Windows Tweaks
    8. Conclusions
    9. Gallery

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