Tom´s Hardware Guide har postet en artikel der sætter de to mini-computere, Soltek og Shuttle op imod hinanden ;)
Soltek's QBic barebone system competes directly with the well-known XPC series from Shuttle and is available in two different configurations: the smaller version, the EQ 2000, and the model we tested, the EQ3000, with a larger case that falls just short of an ATX form factor mini tower. The larger model is the better choice, as its larger internal volume means that heat build-up from internal components is less of a problem. It also has the advantage over the old series of Shuttle PCs, which became relatively hot in our lab test. Soltek provides a case fan for cooling, although it generates a lot of noise in combination with the other four fans (CPU, chipset, power supply and optional GeForce 4 Ti 4600 graphics card). Activating "silent mode" in the BIOS does little to help. All things considered, they develop less heat than the old Shuttle systems, but at the expense of higher noise levels.
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