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Soltek EQ3801

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About the Product

The Soltek Qbic EQ3801 is a barebones SFF PC system that measures 330 x 200 x 215 mm (w x h x d). Its socket 754 motherboard supports the nVIDIA nForce3 250Gb chipset, 1 AGP 4x/8x slot, 2 DDR SDRAM DIMM, and 1 PCI slot. Features 2 5.25" and 2 3.5" drive bays (1 hidden). 250W proprietary PSU included.

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Soltek EQ3801 Reviews Rating: 90 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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Neoseeker  --- Oct 13 '04
Anandtech  --- Jul 04 '04
Hardware Zone 4.5/5 Nov 24 '04
SFF Tech  --- Jun 24 '04
X-bit labs  --- Sep 02 '04
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Anandtech on Jul 08 '04

"...the EQ3801 is an impressive feat of smart engineering and we see no reason why you shouldn't be seriously exploring this satisfying barebones system."

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Hardware Zone on Nov 24 '04

"If the EQ3801 was to be able to run at better memory latencies, it might even be able to edge out the SL-K8AN2E-GR. However, the differences are basically negligible, making the Qbic EQ3801..."

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Neoseeker on Oct 13 '04

"Gone are the days where a SFF compromised on performance - we see that the 3801a is very close to its desktop breathren in our benchmarks. With the prices bottoming out on 754 platform while..."

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SFF Tech on Jul 05 '04

"The Soltek EQ3801 is sure to satisfy those of you looking to overclock your new 64-bit processor, and a worthy upgrade to your legacy AMD Athlon system."

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X-bit labs on Sep 08 '04

"Soltek has rolled out a truly excellent product. Without much effort, I transformed the Qbic EQ3801A barebone into a small-size, but powerful and full-function, quiet and exquisite-looking..."

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