Items tagged with XPC

Shuttle's become famous for their barebones PC options, and the company's newest box is as tiny as ever. The XH61 is a 3-litre PC for Intel's Sandy Bridge processors, measuring just 7cm high. The Intel H61 Express chipset selected for this new product supports second-generation Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors for the LGA1155 socket with a TDP of max. 65 W. The two memory banks on the pre-installed motherboard can take DDR3 modules up to a total capacity of 16 GB. The XH61 is provided with UEFI and has 4x SATA 3 Gbit/s, 6x USB 2.0, 7.1 Sound, Gigabit-LAN and Kensington Lock. An HDMI and D-Sub port in combination with the graphics function integrated in the second-generation Intel Core processors... Read more...
You won't find liquid cooling here, but Shuttle's latest barebones kit is still mighty impressive. The small form factor (SFF) box has the potential to be just as powerful (if not more so) than many full sized towers, thanks mostly to the high-performance Intel X58 Express chipset with ICH10R Southbridge. Those looking for a potent LAN party box should give this one serious consideration, but only if you've got the wallet for it. The XPC Barebone SX58H7 -- hailed as the company's "new flagship" -- comes ready for an Intel Core i7 processor and measures just 32.5 x 20.8 x 19 cm (LWH) in size. There's also room for two PCI-Express 2.0 x16 cards, meaning that you can load up to two graphics cards... Read more...
Shuttle Inc., the leading designer and manufacturer of small form factor (SFF) computers and accessories, today announced the availability of the new custom liquid-cooled SDXi Carbon extreme gaming solution showcased earlier this month at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show.As an extreme performance system for gamers, enthusiasts, and even professionals working with graphic design, animation, or CAD, the Shuttle SDXi Carbon features a powerful quad-core Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9770 processor, dual-slot NVIDIA GeForce GTX 280 graphics card, and high-speed DDR2 memory (up to 16GB) to deliver the best possible experience for today’s most demanding applications. Then to ensure maximum performance and... Read more...
Hello everyone.  We're writing to let you all know that we’ve just posted a new article at in which we evaluate the features and performance of Shuttle’s flagship SDXi barebones small form factor XPC.  The SDXi features a number of unique features like dual PEG slots, a built-in water-cooler for Radeon GPU-based graphics cards, and a slick, flamed-out paint job that you’ve just got to see to believe.  Click the link below to check it out... Shuttle SDXi Barebones XPC... Read more...
The guys over at the Tech Report take a look at the new and sexy Shuttle XPC SN27P2 barebone. Packing the brand new nForce 570 Ultra chipset and 400W power supply in a sleek aesthetic, the new XPC barebone brings Shuttle back to it's roots as a maker of cutting-edge mini-PC barebones. "In a sense, the SN27P2 is vintage Shuttle. The system was released soon after AMD's Socket AM2 processors became available, and its nForce 570 Ultra chipset comes from a cutting-edge core logic family. Perhaps more importantly, the SN27P2 is filled with thoughtful little features that only a small form factor veteran like Shuttle would recognize as essential."  ... Read more...
Hardware Zone gives 4 out of 5 stars to Shuttle's new SFF PC. The Shuttle XPC SN27P2 uses AMD's new Socket AM2, and puts up some good benchmark numbers, though it's not much of an overclocker. "Officially launched at Computex recently, the Shuttle XPC SN27P2 is one of the first, if not the only SFF for AM2 in the market now. Besides supporting the new platform, the chassis has also undergone a minor facelift and some internal modifications. Read on as we assess if the world's leading SFF manufacturer still has the mojo."  ... Read more...
Good evening all! Marco here to let you all know that we've just posted a new article where we evaluate the features and performance of Shuttle's new VIIV compliant SD36G5M XPC small form factor system. The SD36G5M may be based on the familiar G5 chassis, but Shuttle has incorporated a few new features into this system that are sure to pique your interest. Click here to check it out...  ... Read more...
  When we look at the Small Form Factor platform's relative size and shape, it is easy to see why these systems are becoming extremely popular as dedicated living room or home theater PC's. With the gradual adoption of Media Center PC's in the home, Shuttle is now trying harder than ever to ensure that those systems are small yet robust SFF systems. With the release of the new SD36G5M, Shuttle has brought to market a potent system which supports Windows Media Center and conforms to Intel's VIIV platform. Although packaged in the familiar "G" style chassis, the SD36G5M is equipped with a wealth of new features and functionality that differentiate it in the field of... Read more...
The Register has exclusive info regarding Shuttle's latest living-room destined SFF system dubbed the XPC X100. With a size significantly smaller than the company's previous offerings. Designed around Windows Media Center, the system uses an Intel Core Duo CPU matched with DDR2 memory, SATA drives, and the usual array of ports. Perhaps most interesting is the availability of an MXM-based graphics solution that should make for some interesting mods and upgrades once the system becomes available.Shuttle has taken the wraps off its upcoming next-generation small form-factor PC which crams an Intel 65nm dual-core processor, memory, hard drive, optical storage and other goodies into a case that's... Read more...
The Tech Report has just posted a review of Shuttle's brand new XPC SN21G5. This mini-PC is based on NVIDIA's GeForce 6100 integrated graphics chipset and supports Socket 939 AMD processors. We have the SN21G5 (AMD) and SB36G5M (Intel VIIV) in the lab "as we speak" and will have our reviews posted shortly. "Fortunately, Shuttle hasn't completely forgotten about do-it-yourself PC builders. In fact, the company has just launched a new addition to its small form factor barebones lineup. The XPC SN21G5 packs NVIDIA's GeForce 6100 integrated graphics chipset, a carefully massaged ICE cooler, and room for a GeForce 7800 GTX into Shuttle's... Read more...
Sorry folks, no more game reviews today. But, we still have plenty of hardware bits to go around. Enjoy! Intel's Next-Generation Wi-Fi Solution To Support Cisco Compatible Extensions SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 19, 2005 – Intel Corporation today announced that it will support the latest version of Cisco* Compatible Extensions in Intel's next-generation Wi-Fi solution, providing enterprises the assurance that Intel-based devices have been designed to interoperate with Cisco Wi-Fi access points. Intel is the first vendor to achieve Cisco Compatible Extensions 4.0 certification, with the Intel(R) PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection. The Cisco Compatible Extensions program sets criteria so... Read more...
Shuttle XPC SD31P SFF system review @ Xtreme Resources: "After the release of new CPUs and technologies, every company had to evolve their products and refresh their line-up. Shuttle was no exception too, although perhaps they had the hardest of time making the move, since they had to fit every new technology (ranging from Dual Core CPU support to SATA-II support) into a tiny box. So the masterful engineers of Shuttle designed the SD31P; an XPC claiming to be a pocket-size supercomputer, versatile and powerful enough to fit any house and office. Since Shuttle was nice enough to provide us with a review sample of the SD31P, we can see up close what this baby can do." asetek VapoChill... Read more...
When we last checked in with Shuttle back in April, we took a look at their current entry for the Intel platform, which was based on the latest chipset at the time, the i925XE.  Our introduction for that piece went something along the lines of how the SFF market typically lags behind the full-sized board market, but how Shuttle was right on the cutting edge.  Well, it's been no more than 12 weeks since we wrote that article, and Shuttle is right back in the mix with the SD31P.  The SD31P utilizes the "P" chassis, so visually speaking it should look the same on the outside as their last few entries.  The FD31 motherboard, however, is based on the brand-new i945G chipset,... Read more...
Mainstream Video Card Review: PowerColor Bravo X700 256MB @ HardOCP: "The PowerColor Bravo X700 256MB video card may not show any improvement with a 256MB framebuffer versus a 128MB framebuffer in games, but at least it won't break the bank and does seem to perform faster overall than a GeForce 6600." Shuttle XPC SN25P Review, New dual core bios for Shuttle XPC SN25P @ AMDZone: "To demonstrate the size changes of the Shuttle Athlon SFF lineup over the years we stacked 4 of them from oldest on the top to the latest on the bottom.  We start with the SN41G2, then the SN85G4, then the SN95G5, and lastly the SN25P.  As you can see the last two Shuttles have a significant jump... Read more...
Good Morning All!  Marco here, to let you all know that we've just posted a new review of Shuttle's SN25P XPC. This XPC is based on NVIDIA's nForce 4 Ultra chipset for AMD's socket 939 platform, and incorporates some value-adding features like an Envy24 audio controller and a 6-in-1 card reader. Click right here to check it out...... Read more...
It seems that Shuttle consistently expands their line of XPC small form factor systems as new core logic chipsets are released. A quick trip to their product page reveals a current line-up of XPCs based on chipsets from Intel, NVIDIA, ATI, SiS and VIA. There are no less than six different chassis designs available as well, with each one designed to cater to a specific audience, and prices range from the mid-$200 mark to about $400 U.S. Looking at their current line-up, it clear that there certainly is no shortage of options available. Today, we're going to take a look at one of Shuttle's high-end offerings, namely the SN25P. This XPC is based on NVIDIA's nForce 4 Ultra chipset for AMD's socket... Read more...
Good afternoon HH fans! It's BW here, dropping by to let you all know that we've just posted a new review of Shuttle's latest i925XE based XPC, the SB95P v2. This mini-pc is loaded with a ton of features, and it performed very well throughout our battery of benchmarks. Click here to check it out...... Read more...
When it comes to making Small Form Factor PCs, we find that most manufacturers need to make compromises in order to create a viable product.  Radical heat dissipation techniques typically consume much of the area in already cramped confines, motherboards are usually cut-down versions of full-sized models which, in turn, have fewer features or capabilities, and typically these motherboards are based on an older more mature chipset.  Just recently we have taken looks at other SFF PCs, one of which, the Skyhawk IMC6375, was still based around the 865PE chipset, now nearing two years since it was initially released. Shuttle, on the other hand, always seems poised on the edge of... Read more...
We're starting the day off with the latest news out of Corsair. They introduce their new XMS2 5400UL DDR2 that runs at 675MHz at CAS 3-2-2-8-1T. You may also want to check out Bjorn3D's HIS X850XT IceQ II Dual DVI VIVO 256 video card. HIS is making some pretty impressive products as of late and their availability has improved quite a bit here in the states. When your done with that, you may want to check Dave's take on this impressive card here. Corsair Demonstrates Industry Leadership by Introducing World's Fastest DDR2 Memory -- New XMS2 5400UL offers blazing fast DDR2 memory performance at the lowest latencies currently available -- Fremont, CA (April 7, 2005) - Corsair Memory, Inc., a worldwide... Read more...
Good afternoon folks, it's that time again. Today we have a DDR-2 PC-5400 memory shootout, Intel P4 aircooling heatsink roundup, an article on the current problems with Linux, and a couple more items. Read on and enjoy! DDR-2 PC-5400 Memory Shootout – OCZ vs. Corsair vs. Kingston @ TweakTown "We've got modules on the test bench from OCZ (PC-5400 Performance series), Corsair (XMS2 Pro series) and Kingston (HyperX series). After taking a close look at each set of Dual Channel modules, we tested them at their default speeds and as far as we could overclock them." Shuttle SB86i XPC @ t-break "When the unit is powered up, a blue horizontal line lights up making the unit look very... Read more...
Good evening ladies and gents. My new hardware remains to be delivered, and I think this is the first time FedEx has actually been wrong on the arrival time. I'm sure many of you are facing similar problems with the busy holiday, so we can be impatient together :) However, what you don't have to wait for is the news... PC AirCon PAC 400 Review @ OCModShop "A Chinese company called Waffer has thought of a new way to control this heat, in the form of a small air conditioner. This unit cools outside air and forces it into the computer, benefiting the entire system. This principle is the same used in electric drink coolers for automobiles." Shuttle XPC SN95G5 (Socket-939) @ hardwarezone... Read more...
Good afternoon folks! This is your friendly neighborhood Italian here to let you all know that we've just posted a fresh review of Shuttle's brand new SB77G5 XPC. This small form factor system is equipped with a motherboard that sports Intel's i875 "Canterwood" chipset along with a Socket T CPU interface. Click here and check it out...... Read more...
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