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Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Shuttle XS 3510MA ION2 mini-pc

4. The installed components

After having finished the essential Windows 7 updates, it is about time to find which components our system has.. First let's check the installed processor using the CPU-Z software. The Shuttle XS 3510MA is equipped with an Intel Atom D510 processor @ 1.66GHz with 1MB of L2 cache. The 45 nm CPU has a 13W max TDP and a 0.800V-1.175V core voltage. It is also using the Intel NM10 southbridge chip:

The system's DDR2 memory is running at CL5-5-5-15-2T:

The 2GB SO-DIMM DDR2 serial presence detect (SPD) memory has been manufactured by A-DATA Technology:

Some information about the used Nvidia ION 2 graphic core is also provided. The 40nm GT218 core runs at 500 MHz, with its shaders to be clocked at 1070 MHz and the 512 MB memory at 700 MHz:

More information is available through Windows Device Manager. As you can see below the system comes with a WD WD5000BEVT hard disk drive installed, an optical storage drive (TSST TS-L633C), a JMicron 10/100 controller for the lan and a Realtek RTL8191SE 802.11n PCI-e card controller:




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