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    Shuttle XH110G SFF barebones has room for a single slot GPU

    Its PCI Express x16 3.0 slot could house an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, for example.
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    Re: Shuttle XH110G SFF barebones has room for a single slot GPU

    Looks like it would make an ideal HTPC machine.
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    Re: Shuttle XH110G SFF barebones has room for a single slot GPU

    I think Shuttle are doing themselves a disservice mentioning gaming setups with this machine. It was almost certainly designed to house cards like these Matrox ones... http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/products/graphics_cards/c-series/

    Those boards are all single-slot, PCI-E 16x boards, supporting up to 9 attached displays. In that kind of scenario, this little box would absolutely shine.

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    Re: Shuttle XH110G SFF barebones has room for a single slot GPU

    Would be nice with a Ryzen APU.

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