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  Shuttle Spacewalker HOT-681Z Intel ZX Based Socket 370 Motherboard   Socket 370, Intel's answer to the low end system market. After the staggering success of the Slot 1 Celeron, Intel had a problem. Though its marketing machine was busy pushing to the main stream end users that the Celeron was a much lower end cpu and not as capable as its big brother the Mighty P2, the online community learned other wise. Overclocking the Celeron was a snap. Motherboard manufacturers began bending an ear to the throngs of web denizens who wanted the ability to over clock the rather inexpensive cpu. As a result, they built overcloccking as a feature into their motherboards. Thus the Celeron started... Read more...
  Shuttle's HOT-683 A Socket 370 - Intel LX Chipset Based Board for the budget minded!   Socket 370 boards are an interesting proposition. They have the potential to provide Pentium II level performance with cost efficiencies that are unmatched. They also are extremely conservative in realestate consumption. Shuttle's first effort in the Socket 370 space is the HOT-683. This board is based around Intel's Legacy 440LX Chispet. Here's what else is under the hood! Don't let this image fool you. This board is SMALL! I like that in a motherboard. A small footprint means more room for your peripherals and add-ons! I also like the postion of the ATX power connector, firmly out of the way!... Read more...
   The Hot-687 Shuttle's Lean Mean BX Mobo Ok, with 3 Shuttle reviews on the books here at HotHardware, two of the socket 370 variety, the latest 370 board weighs in at a svelte (I actually looked the word up) Micro ATX weight. Our test unit lacked the hardware monitoring chip (available as an option) that lets you keep tabs on cpu/system temp, fan speed etc... But hey, so you have a choice. This board did not give up the overclockage easy but with some help we got the goods. Read on for the um... skinny on our latest board from Shuttle. PROCESSOR · PPGA Celeron 300 ~ 500MHz · 66/75/83/100/103/112/124/133/140/150 MHz System Bus · Clock Multiplier 2.0/2.5 ...... / 8x CHIPSET · Intel... Read more...
Shuttle's AV30 VIA Apollo Pro 266 DDR Motherboard With a Dash of Crucial PC1600 DDR RAM... By Marco "BigWop" Chiappetta 2/8/2001   The motherboard market is about to go through yet another large transition...maybe. In the year 2000 we saw the once omni-present, dominant Intel take a few too many punches on the chin, and they ended up losing a ton of ground in the motherboard chipset market. AMD's Athlon was selling in droves, and one company especially, VIA Technologies, took advantage and met the demand with a whole line of chipsets to compliment AMD's CPU. VIA also took full advantage of the void left in the Intel Pentium III motherboard market when the i820 turned off power-users... Read more...
The Shuttle Spacewalker AE23 i815EP Motherboard A Diamond in the Rough... By Jeff Bouton May 9, 2001   Since 1990, the Taiwan based Shuttle Computer Group Inc. has been producing high quality computer components. Providing a wide variety of products ranging from Video cards, motherboards, memory modules, and accessories has allowed Shuttle to profit in an increasingly competitive market. Their Spacewalker series of motherboards has been winning awards for several years for both quality and performance. Tonight we'll be taking a look at yet another addition to the Spacewalker family, the Shuttle Spacewalker AE23. The AE23 is an i815EPO based motherboard that offers a good balance between... Read more...
Shuttle AV14 Socket 370 Motherboard It's does everything right...but nothing great. By, Marco ?BigWop? Chiappetta 10 / 12 / 2000    My first assignment when I initially joined the Hot Hardware team was to review a VIA Apollo Pro 133 based board, the AV61 from Shuttle Inc. I was very excited to get my hands on this product, because at that time the 440BX had already been available for quite a while and was lacking some of the features the Apollo 133 brought to the table. I wasn't very familiar with Shuttle products so I was also intrigued by the opportunity to test hardware from another company. The AV61 has been through a few revisions and has evolved into the board we are looking at... Read more...
  Shuttle's AE25R Motherboard Twice The Fun By, Jeff Bouton September 25th, 2001   It seems like it was just yesterday when I was running a state of the art 486 processor at 33MHz. and a whopping 16MB of RAM.  A hot new game called Doom had everyone talking and I had just installed a brand new 2X CD-ROM drive in my rig.  Since then (thankfully), the industry has seen a steady influx of new technologies, as well as improvements upon existing ones, that have raised the bar of performance to what at the time seemed improbable.  Countless times through the years we?ve heard statements that a certain product had reached its limit, and a few months later the limit would be... Read more...
The past couple of days I?ve had a chance to get familiar with Shuttle?s new AV61 motherboard based on the VIA 133 chipset.  I hit a few speed bumps along the way, but ended up pleased.  This board has a strong list of features, at a fantastic price point, so if your itching to replace your BX mobo, and the i820/RAMBUS combo is too pricey; this is definitely worth a look. AV61 Specifications / Features VIA Apollo Pro133 vintage CPU Support (Slot 1) Pentium III/II processors: 266 ? 733+mhz Celeron processors: 266 ? 533mhz Chipset VIA VT82C693A VIA VT82C596B WinBond W83977EF-AW   Memory Support 3 SDRAM DIMMs  (3.3v, 768mb Max - PC66, PC100 and PC133) Jumperless or Jumpered CPU... Read more...
The Shuttle AK11 KT133A Based Motherboard Too bad this isn't a DDR board! By, Marco "BigWop" Chiappetta July 19, 2001 The VIA KT133A has long been the darling of the Athlon overclocking community. With excellent performance, compatibility and stability, at a great price point, is there any question why?  With the recent reduction in DDR RAM prices and wide availability of motherboards based on DDR chipsets from VIA, ALi, AMD and SiS, many people are dismissing the KT133A when considering an upgrade.  For the most part, we'd agree with these people.  The price difference between DDR RAM and standard PC133 SDRAM is marginal, and most DDR capable motherboards are only slightly... Read more...
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