SHUTTLE SH67H3 PC Barebone System
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- Supports Intel Core i3 / i5 / i7
- Integrated Cooling Engine (I.C.E.)
- 4x USB 3.0
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My system consist of :
1. i7 2600 processor
2. nVidia gt440 card
3. 2tb WD black drive
4. 16gb ram
6. Samsung DVD player/recorder
7. OCZ 240gb SSD
8. Windows 7 64bit
9. Internal flash card reader
I had some concerns due to the small 300w power supply, but the system is completely stable. I'm really impressed with how almost Apple like this device is both in terms of form and function. Install is very easy. Everything well laid out. No sharp edges. Processor pops right in. ICE cooling is quieter than stock fan and the CPU runs cool even under load. Fairly quiet, though the fan does have a slightly annoying howling sound at first, then quiets down after 10 minutes or so. Not sure why it does this. No problems with drivers in Windows 7 64 bit. Overall I'm completely happy with my choice.
This little PC has some surprising features that you wouldn't expect.
It will hold two (2) hard drives!
It has an on-board socket for a laptop type Bluetooth/WiFi card which works very well.
It supports a wide range of socket 1155 processors, Pentium, i3, i5, and i7.
It supports up to 32 gigabytes of DDR3 ram.
It has a 300 watt power supply which is upgradeable to a 500 watt version available from Shuttle.
The Intel video through the CPU and on-board is not great and does not do well when playing back DVDs and BDs as it does not give good color rendering.
It has a limited list of video cards it will support most of which are either under powered or cost as much or more then the PC itself! You need to take this list seriously when thinking about buying a video card for this PC. I have purchased and tried to used 4 different video cards all of which cause the system to freeze and crash then I discovered the list of approved cards when I went to Shuttles website.
The USB 3 ports look like USB 2 ports but don't respond the same in the boot stage so if you us a wireless keyboard and mouse you will have to plug the doggle in a USB 2 port in the back for best result on booting.
The user guide is incomplete and does not cover on-board WiFi socket or video card limitations.
Support response from Shuttle is not quick so be prepared to wait up to several days for a response.
Here's the other pieces I put into the system:
Intel i7 2700 CPU Intel Core i7-2700K 3.50 GHz Quad-Core Unlocked
SiiG Firewire card SIIG FireWire 2-Port PCIe (NN-E20012-S2)
Corsair XMS3 16GB memory (4x4Gb) Corsair XMS3 16GB (4x 4GB) PC3-10666 1333MHz DDR3 Memory Kit for AMD and Intel Dual Channel Processors CMX16GX3M4A1333C9
Western Digital Caviar Black 500GB system boot drive I've had for a year or more.
Western Digital Caviar Green 1Tb data drive, as a secondary internal drive.
I also installed an old DVD drive I had laying around so I could install a few things via DVD.
I have been happy with my system and these are the Windows 7 Experience numbers for those who are interested. These graphics numbers were generated using the graphics hardware built into the mother board via the DVI and HDMI ports. I am driving two 24" Dell UltraSharp monitors (at 1920 x 1200) with no problems at all.
Graphics: 6.Read more ›
The SH67H3 is well made and on par with the quality of the SD37P2 V2. It is extremely quiet when running. I like the brushed metal and uncluttered look of the front of the PC. Other pluses are the recessed front power button (which prevents accidental pushes), along with adjustable brightness of the blue power LED.
Note that the Mini PCI connector on the motherboard is *NOT* mSATA compatible, and is intended for Wi-Fi adapters, etc., not SSDs. In order to install a 3.5" hard drive into the 5.25" bay I used a StarTech.com 3.5-Inch Universal Hard Drive Mounting Bracket Adapter for 5.25-Inch Bay BRACKET. There is space enough behind the 5.25" bay for a 2.5" SATA SSD, so I may add a SATA 6Gbits/s SSD at some point in future.
Unlike the SD37P2 V2, the SH67H3 does not have space for three 3.5" hard drives plus a 5.25" optical drive.Read more ›
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