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I have an old Shuttle barebones SN21G5 (AMD 64), and I really need a more modern chip in there.

Is there a way of swapping out the old mainboard and putting in one of those new fangled phenom mainboards in there?

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Shuttle has their own form factor which you can only get from Shuttle themselves. I recommend skipping Shuttle altogether and sticking with a case where they don't make up their own form factor standards.

If you still want to keep the Shuttle computer and switch out the motherboard, you need to contact a Shuttle reseller for information on what your options are.

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You're probably right, was just hoping... – Dave Arkell Jul 16 '09 at 9:32

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