Log in Don’t have an account? XPC cube Since , the square Mini-PCs have been impressing with their almost limitless range of possible applications. Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. This decade, the company faced rather tough competition and had to refocus on specialized PCs and barebones. Despite an edge length of just 14 cm, these Mini-PCs are available in many different processor versions. First off, it features a proprietary ICE 2 cooling system with four heat pipes that takes away heat from the processor to a rather huge heatsink.
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Next up is expandability.
XPC slim In this product group you will almost always find the perfect solution. Log in Don’t have an account? Barebones are semi-finished PCs.
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XPC accessories Expand the possible things that your Shuttle product can do with clever accessories. You will find all of this here. In this product group you will almost always find the perfect solution. Expand the possible things that your Shuttle product can do with clever accessories. XPC cube Sincethe square Mini-PCs have been impressing with their almost limitless range of possible applications. The R9 chassis was architected with enthusiasts in mind: With two high-end M.
The R9 chassis can house graphics cards that are up to mm long and based on a picture by Shuttle, they can be rather tall too as well as four 3.
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How nimble should your new PC be? Dual-slot graphics card up to mm in length. The all-in-one provides a monitor and PC in one device. Sign up now Username Password Remember Me.
To complete your barebone you need a processor, some memory, the required drives and sometimes a graphics card. Since the new PC barebones is based on a proven platform and are already demonstrated in Japanit is safe to say that the new unit will be released in several weeks, not shuttlle, from now.
Small, smaller, XPC nano. This decade, the company faced rather tough competition and had to refocus on specialized PCs and barebones. Depending on the model, you do not even need to shuttpe off your gloves to enter data.
Typical, varies by country. Another constraint is the lack of any USB Type-C headers on the system, which might become a problem several years down the road. What is a Barebone? Despite an edge length of just 14 cm, these Mini-PCs are available in many different processor versions. For example, Shuttle offers you WLAN extensions, power supply units offering additional power, cables for connecting further interfaces or special mounts.
Although these Mini-PCs are just a few centimetres thick, they are packed full of ingenious and energy-saving technology. Please visit the Shuttle Reseller Program for detailed information. What remains to be seen is whether Shuttle goes for the ultra-high-end with something based on the Intel X Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment. Shuttle has introduced its new high-end PC barebones designed for gamers and enthusiast who are not afraid of overclocking.
For several years Shuttle was nearly absent from the market of PC barebones for suuttle, but this year it is making a comeback. For example, do you require a fanless PC or a particularly large number of shuttke ports? The expandable XPC cubes are renowned for their impressive performance, high-quality finish and speed of assembly. So accordingly an operational Mini-PC is no longer a barebone. The system supports overclocking of CPUs with unlocked xhuttle, but judging shuttl the shyttle release, it makes no sense to expect the SZR9 to offer sophisticated overclocking capabilities found on premium motherboards that can help to squeeze every last bit of performance out of a CPU.