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    News - Shuttle launch Haswell powered SH87R6 barebones mini-PC

    Shuttle's new R6 chassis design is paired with Intel's H87 chipset.
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    Re: News - Shuttle launch Haswell powered SH87R6 barebones mini-PC

    Shuttle PC's are way overpriced and the performance on the mobos aren't too hot either.

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    Re: News - Shuttle launch Haswell powered SH87R6 barebones mini-PC

    WTF?? The R series used to come with a 500W PSU and now its the cheaper 300W one??


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    Re: News - Shuttle launch Haswell powered SH87R6 barebones mini-PC

    I wish a company would make a gaming orientated version of a shuttle, with a AIO liquid cooler, decent mobo and psu... Like an ROG system or maybe a supplier like Scan or Cyberpower...

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    Re: News - Shuttle launch Haswell powered SH87R6 barebones mini-PC

    Amazed shuttle are still around. mini-itx is so mainstream nowadays I can't see their niche being viable any more.

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    Re: News - Shuttle launch Haswell powered SH87R6 barebones mini-PC

    Quote Originally Posted by Tact.X View Post
    I wish a company would make a gaming orientated version of a shuttle, with a AIO liquid cooler, decent mobo and psu... Like an ROG system or maybe a supplier like Scan or Cyberpower...


    http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/system...77-node-titan/

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    Re: News - Shuttle launch Haswell powered SH87R6 barebones mini-PC

    Quote Originally Posted by Tact.X View Post
    I wish a company would make a gaming orientated version of a shuttle, with a AIO liquid cooler, decent mobo and psu... Like an ROG system or maybe a supplier like Scan or Cyberpower...
    The problem I see with Shuttle these days are that there's plenty of folks making decent m-ITX gear that could let you achieve some of what you're asking for. The biggest problem (from the limited research I did a while ago) is that the graphics card needs two slots and plenty of clearance that limits the case choice.

    I've been impressed with the Sugo's from Silverstone - pair an SG08 with m-ITX board like those from MSI and that's the basis of an okay system. Heck, according to this there's some pretty decent specs to be had.

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    Re: News - Shuttle launch Haswell powered SH87R6 barebones mini-PC

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    WTF?? The R series used to come with a 500W PSU and now its the cheaper 300W one??
    Plus its only a single speed PCI-E slot rather than a x4.
    A display port as well would be nice.
    At £285 this would undercut the SZ77R5 by about £30 unless thats about to get a price cut to shift existing stock.

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