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SHUTTLE XS35V2 PC Barebone System

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  • Processor: Intel Atom Dual-Core D525 Processor(1.8GHz, 1MB L2 Cache), Support Intel Hyper-Threading technology, Support Upto 13W TDP
  • Chipset: Intel NM10 Express Chipset
  • Memory: 1x 204pin DDR3-800/667 DIMMs, Max Capacity upto 4GB
  • Hard Drive: Support 1x 2.5 Inches 5400rpm SATA2 Hard Drive
  • Audio: Integrated IDT92HD81 Audio CODEC
  • Form Factor: 1.5L slim form factor
  • Ports: 5x USB 2.0 Ports (4 rear, 1 by headers), 1x VGA Port, 1x RJ45 LAN Port, 1x Microphone-in, 1x Headphone-out
  • Power Supply: External 40W AC/DC power adapter (fanless), AC Input: 100~240V AC, 50~60Hz
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SHUTTLE XS35V2 PC Barebone System + Corsair 4GB (1x4GB) DDR3 1333 MHz (PC3 10666) Laptop Memory (CMSO4GX3M1A1333C9) + Crucial m4 64GB 2.5-Inch (9.5mm) SATA 6Gb/s Solid State Drive CT064M4SSD2
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Technical Details

  • Integrated Card Reader

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.9 x 1.5 x 6.4 inches ; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004XJCCQO
  • Item model number: XS35V2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 21, 2011

Product Description

Shuttle XS35V2 Intel Atom D525 Dual-Core/ Intel NM10/ A&V&GbE/ 40W Slim PC Barebone System

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Customer Reviews

I am very pleased so far with the performance.
Trailman
I am not sure if I am only one who is having this trouble or not, because most of people might be just using WiFi only, which is working fine for me so far.
Jae Hyuk Kwak
Turn on the lights for 10 seconds an turn off again. this cycle last forever, but never start up even the BIOS to setup.
Daniel

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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By S. Shotack on July 27, 2011
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I bought one of these to replace my itunes server for my apple airs. I wanted something that I could leave running 24 hours a day and consumed very little energy. This CPU does both plus no fan to wear out. I liked it so much I bought a second one for my frontroom, where I do most of my internet surfing and game playing.
What you should know. Size of componets are very important as these CPUs are very small. Here are the componets I put in both units I bought. All are sold on Amazon or Tigerdirct.

1. New Liteon Dvd Rw Ds-8a5s Slim 8x Sata Without Software Black Bulk High Efficient Power Saving Modes

2. Hitachi Travelstar 2.5-Inch 7mm 320 GB 5400RPM SATA II 8 MB Cache Internal Hard Drive 0A78603

3. 2GB 204-PIN Sodimm DDR3 ( Have ordered a 4GB but not sure it will fit yet)

All put together comes up to about $300.00 (That's including the CPU).

Performance is ok. Not a high end gaming machine for sure, but I can watch itunes movies on it without or very little freezes during play back. It actually does better than my 3.06Gz Pentium I built for video editing and gaming years ago.
Please note that a BIOS upgrade is available for these. Very easy to patch if you haven't done it before.
If the thought of building a computer is a bit intimidating, These are a breeze. Just screw in a couple screws and plug it in. Done. Be aware that you will need to buy your own operating system to put on your new CPU.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By AK on February 28, 2012
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EDIT (Dec 6, 2013): If you're considering this, you should also look at the Intel NUC computers as well, which are even smaller (They weren't released when I wrote this review in Feb 2012). The Celeron NUC is at a similar price point to this, and measures just 4" x 4" x 1.5".

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Pros:
- Super quiet. Since it comes an Intel Atom processor built into the motherboard, it doesn't need a fan. So no fan noise on this machine. It does run warm, but not hot.
- Small footprint. It's similar in size to a Mac mini, though the footprint is rectangular rather than square like the Mini. At just 1.5 inches on its smallest dimension, it can sit on your desk and not look obtrusive.
- Runs Linux like a champ: I put in an SSD, and 4GB of RAM, and it is quite snappy. You may read certain places online that it can only take 2GB of RAM, but that is wrong; 4GB is recognized just fine. It does have only one RAM slot though, so it needs to be a single 4GB stick.

Cons/Limitations:
- Low powered. If you're considering a nettop barebones, you probably already know this, but this isn't a desktop-powered machine you can use for heavy multimedia or computation. It would work just fine for internet browsing, email, and document editing.
- Poor availability of graphics drivers for Linux. My 1920x1080 Dell display didn't work well out of the box with Fedora, but Debian worked great, no complaints.
- Only VGA output, no HDMI or DVI. USB 2.0, not 3.0.

There are some limitations, but then again, this is a 160-dollar box. You get great value for that. Be aware that you need to supply your own 2.5" disk, RAM, and an optical drive if you want one.

If you want an HTPC, consider spending the extra 50-60 bucks and getting a Shuttle XS35GT-V2, which is this same machine, but with discrete NVIDIA graphics and HDMI out.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Poppin on February 9, 2012
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One screw in the back opens both side panels. Comes w/ 1 laptop optical drive mounting bracket and 1 hard-drive mounting bracket. You have the option of putting a 2.5" SATA drive in the optical drive bay but it only comes with 1 hard-drive mounting bracket.

Bought 4GB of DDR3 204pin RAM for $20
Installed 80GB HD from a broken ASUS nettop.
I installed an old DVD burner from an external slim drive.
Installed Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit.

I bought this to replace my ASUS EEBOX from 2008 which used the old single core N270 Atom at 1.6Ghz (2.5watts).
This one uses the dual-core (hyper threaded) N525 Atom at 1.8Ghz (10watts).
Scores a 3 to 3.5 on Windows Experience rating utility.
The heatsink wraps around the entire back side. It gets warm to hot at the back top section but never very hot. I wonder how it'll fare in the Summer. I guess I can put a small fan on it since the sides are semi-exposed anyways. Sides are always cool to the touch.

It's been running for 2 weeks now and it's been pretty good. Windows 7 Ultimate shows 4 cpus because of the dual core hyperthreading. It is slow on some things like Windows updates like the .net4 updates. It can play hulu and HD video from Vimeo w/ no problems. Using the CPU usage gadget the CPU is pretty good as a second system. Integrated Video is okay but I'm not using this for games. Having the option of putting in a 2nd drive is nice. I'd take the bracket off the main drive and use it to mount the 2nd drive in the optical bay since it's larger and can fall out. 2nd hard-drive perfect if you are running it as a server.

There is wireless but no external antennae.

Things you don't get as you do with other nettops these days:
No USB 3.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By G. Girard on May 29, 2012
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I bought this little PC to replace a Lenovo "nettop" I have been running for a single purpose 24/7 for about 18 months. My Lenovo was much smaller, but it had a fan that only got louder with the passage of time. It lives about 8 feet away from my bed. This is the only consumer PC that you can buy that does not have a fan. I actually bought the bundle which included a very well-regarded 60 GB Crucial SATA III SSD with a three-year warranty (which has gone up $6.25 since I bought mine) and a stick of premium 4 GB Corsair notebook memory (which has gone down about a dollar) to round out my "bare-bones" build. I had a three pack of Windows 7 32/64 OS's running around with one license left. So at the time I purchased I was $271.97, all in, not counting the operating system. That is a big if considering Amazon sells Windows 7 Home Premium Retail for $170 and OEM for $100. OEM cannot be transferred to another machine and comes with no support. As can be seen, Microsoft is exerting its monopoly power to push up the cost of its OS to, in this case, 50% of the hardware costs. I probably would have installed Ubuntu if I didn't have the MS license lying around. In any event, moving right along:

SHUTTLE XS35V2 PC Barebone System: I was pleasantly surprised by the build quality of the external case and the internal parts. The entire case, inside and out, except for the front trim piece, is all metal. This bare-bones PC needs only memory and a hard drive/OS to operate. It comes with simple instructions to remove the single screw that releases the two metal side panels. This little PC has no internal fan whatsoever. That is quite remarkable considering that it is based on a Intel Atom Dual-Core D525 Processor(1.8GHz, 1MB L2 Cache), Support Intel Hyper-Threading technology.
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