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Shuttle SH67H3 Mini PC Barebone Intel H67 LGA1155 1PCI-E16 1PCI 4XDDR3 7.1 Audio HDMI 300W 80 Plus

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Shuttle SH67H3 Mini PC Barebone Intel H67 LGA1155 1PCI-E16 1PCI 4XDDR3 7.1 Audio HDMI 300W 80 Plus
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Rating: 9/10
With 12 User Reviews

Review Date: 06/14/12
Cons: case fan a bit loud

Pros: Small but very easy to build
First time buying shuttle pc and I like it so far. Wish they include a more quiet fan.

Review Date: 03/13/12
Cons: 300W power supply.

Pros: Small, Quiet, Easy to assemble.
Easy to assemble, no issues so far. The box is relatively quiet, and works well as a workstation.

Review Date: 01/16/12
Cons: Non-obvious power button (it's that little silver thing on the bottom-right of the front).

Pros: Small, quiet, looks good, every port I need.
Shuttle makes it easy to put together an affordable high-quality quiet yet powerful desktop. I added an Intel i5 2500K 3.3GHz processor and a WD Caviar Black drive, and the system runs cool & quiet 99% of the time, yet has the power for messing about with photo editing through the built-in HDMI output (converted to DVI). Not used for heavy gaming.

Review Date: 01/03/12
Cons: Underpowered PSU.

Pros: Small footprint, very quiet, all the connectivity needed for casual use, high Shuttle quality as usual.
This is my third Shuttle barebone kit and I just love them more every time I get a new one; it's the typical toaster box-sized case with all the trimmings, just add your desired components and fire it up.It's quiet, very quiet; the loudest thing in my build is my hard drive when idle, and my video card fan when playing games. There's no chipset fan in this model (unlike my previous kits), just the CPU/case fan, so that cuts down on noise a lot.As usual too, the PSU is a little underpowered and will limit future upgrades unless you purchase a PSU upgrade separately (the 500w goes for about $100-110, not that bad).My build:- Intel Core i7-2600 3.4 GHz- Kingston HyperX 8 GB kit (2 x 4 GB)- WD Black 640 GB 7200 rpm drive (adding a SSD soon)- AMD Radeon 5770 1 GB- Win 7 Home Premium

Review Date: 12/03/11
Cons: -SPIDIF optical out seems out of place-cable management is tight(due to small case), but doable-does not fit 2.5"(ssd), need to buy 3.5" - 2.5" converter

Pros: -small-compact, good layout of space-low noise(cant even hear it)-black finished aluminum case, very presentable
Purchased the bundle with 4gb mushkin ram.-i5 2500(no K because no OCing features)-4gb mushkin ddr3-64gb kingston v200 ssd-asus 520gt-asus usb wireless adapterVery happy with this build. The bundle was on sale when i got it, was a very good deal. Costed around 650ish incl tax. cheaper if you don't buy a video card and get a i3.The whole rig is very silent. Using it as a media box streaming video from internal network. Very low noise/heat when watching videos. Didn't try to play games or did a stress test on it yet...its a media box -.-A few things to look out for, had a few bumps for me. My board came with the stock bios. You would need to update  it for it to support ssd. Even if you have ACHI mode on with drivers, windows wasn't able to use the drive until he bios was flashed. In Linus's video review, he pointed out the board has a slot which fits a notebook type of wireless card. Tried it, did not work. System did not post when its installed. Other seems to have the same issue and the shuttle site never really stated this was a supported feature nor was it mentioned. Would stay away from it.Overall very happy with it. Bit pricy when not on sale. Would recommend this over a small form factor pc because this can support a full size video card oppose to a low profile card.

Review Date: 10/22/11
Cons: Noisy fan...but I may have damaged it.

Pros: Great for HTPC...Pretty much future proof
The Shuttle design has every port needed to set up a HTPC and then some. With an HDMI port and Optical output, it helped minimize cord clutter and was painless to set up. Hooked up a Thermaltake Dual HDD Docking Station with a pair of 2 TB hard drives storing all of my media to one of the four available USB 3.0 ports.The fan was noisy but that may have been my fault. When installing an Intel Core i3 2100 Dual Core Processor, I had to take out then re-install the Integrated Cooling Engine 2(I.C.E.2) Heat Pipe Technology. New to this type of install, I probably hit the fan enough to make it vibrate more than it should. I have since swapped out the fan with a new one and the unit is super quiet.

Review Date: 10/11/11
Cons: noise but now its noiseless!!!Bios missing feature,and i had to upgrade bios

Pros: Lots of feature,sata 3,usb3 can add video card and wifiNice aluminun case
First time i started it was noisy ,the problem is the fan vibrate into the case.So i loose the screww of the fan and it low down the noise.Put smart in bios instead of max.After that i change the fan,i choose one with low(11db at 900rpm) noise and rubber mount,it help a lot.Now i got silence

Review Date: 08/08/11
Cons: No intake fan, but that's not a problem for me.

Pros: Everything!!
Everything you want and more from an HTPC case: High quality construction, quiet, and super small but somehow has enough room to fit a full size video card, 1 optical drive and 2 HDDs. Also this case is as future proof as one can get nowadays with USB 3 and Sata 6G ports.Another awesome thing about this case is that I was able to plug in all my components and get it running in less than 30 mins! Yes it's that easy.In case you were wondering if the included 300 Watt PSU can power your system, visit this link:http://global.shuttle.com/support/powerI would definiately buy this case again in a heartbeat, and I would highly recommend it to my friends and family. This is what I ended up pairing it with:Core i3 2100 3.1GHZ CPU8 GB (2X4) G.SKILL 1333 RAMXFX ATI Radeon HD 6770 1GB GDDR5Asus USB-N10 Wireless N USB DongleVisionTek Candyboard mini USB Keyboard+TouchPad remote. This review was modfied by poster m 08-08-11 12:08 PM This review was modfied by poster @ 08-08-11 12:13 PM

Review Date: 07/28/11
Cons: The 80mm case fan it comes with, attached to the CPU heat pipe was super noisy for me. Could have been a defect, but I have just ordered a supposedly ultra quite one for $15 to replace.it could use a few more USB ports I think, also, it would have been nice if it came with a card reader specially fit as mine does not fit when I add two hard drives.

Pros: Small, easy to add components, all the features I would want, include future compatibility (USB3).
Overall very happy. I like that bios works even when plugged only to HDTV. Previous machine i had to attach monitor anytime I needed to do something in bios or pre-windows.If someone finds that they didn't need to replace the fan, I would love to know, maybe it was just mine. The sound is not rediculous, but when watching TV, i have to have louder than fan, which is a bit too loud right now. Fpr a $15 replacement part, no way I could live with it this way.

Review Date: 06/16/11
Cons: realtek LAN port not compatible with ESXi, intel LAN would have been better.

Pros: compact, low power draw on idle, blazing fast with i7-2600, builtin graphics+5.1 hdmi, nice build quality, compatible with ESXi 4.1!
A very nice compact system that can accomodate a beast i7 processor and stay relatively cool. Impressed with build quality, cable routing, alum. chassis. Reasonably priced at $250 considering you add cpu, ram & HD. I run ESXi 4.1 and everything works except built-in LAN, added $35 Intel CT NIC and I can run 3 OS VMs.

Review Date: 06/03/11
Cons: The rig fits 3 sata devices you may want to add 3 sata cords instead of 2. Good thing I had some extras laying aroun.

Pros: Small footprint, Quite, Very well built, A ton connection ports. All aluminum finnish except side bezel wich is a nice plastic.
Been wanting a shuttle system for sometime. They are encredibly small and are extremmly well built. this little rig has all the bells and wistles. I put a I7 2600 with 16gigs of Mushkin ram. I'm a pro photographer so I don't need a ton of videocard horse power. I have a EVGA 7900gtx card to run my dual monitor setup. I also have two HDD in the system. 1 WD Black 640g for OS and Software and a 1 TB WD green drive. (I plan on getting into an SSD drive down the road) I also plan on getting a drobo for more backup storage. I use CS5 and Lightroom 3 alot. I just finnished editing a wedding and this new little rig chews through those programs like it was nothing. I saved at least a few hours just on post work. If you are like me and want a quite small powerfull computer I highly recomend this unit.Just for comparison my old rig had Core 2 e6600 6gigs of ram.

Review Date: 05/17/11
Cons: Metal/body a little thin/flimsy, but not worried about it falling apart.

Pros: Quiet, small, easy to install, blazing fast, right price when on sale.
Was looking at a mini-itx form factor case, but didn't like my options. This was the best case I could find that had front usb 3 ports and 2 external bays so I could add a card reader easily. The price was right when on sale. The fan is pretty quiet. A bit tricky getting cables stashed when loaded, but doable.Had no trouble installing anything. Never used thermal paste before, so that was different...but other than that everything was straightforward. Heat doesn't seem to be an issue.Here's what I installed in this:Intel Core i5 2500K Quad CoreCorsair XMS 8GB 2X4GB DDR3-1333Crucial RealSSD C300 128GB Drive SATA3 6GbpsSeagate Barracuda Green 1.5TB 5900 RPMSAMSUNG Internal Blu-ray Drive SH-B123LBlazing fast, whisper quiet. Room for a graphics card but I don't really need one, just sticking with integrated. Not sure how the 300W power supply would be enough for a card most people would put in?
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Shuttle SH67H3 XPC Barebone PC
The Shuttle XPC Barebone PC lets the hardware expert ample room to personalize the PC! The Intel H67 Express Chipset that is found in this PC has a Socket 1155 and four DDR3-1066/1333 memory slots. The socket 1155 allows you to install Intel Core processors (i7, i5, and i3), giving the PC superb multitasking abilities, while the four DDR3-1066/1333 memory slots allows you to install up to 32GB memory giving the PC super fast computing speed. The Shuttle PC features a hard disk drive and the OS that lets you decide which OS you want to install along with how much storage capacity you need. Get your Shuttle XPC Barebone PC today!

What It Is And Why You Need It:

  • Socket 1155; allows you to choose Intel Core processors like i3, i5, and i7
  • Four DDR3-1066/1333 memory slots; you can install up to 32GB memory
  • No OS and HDD; customization is possible with this PC

Product Specifications

Brand Shuttle
Model SH67H3
Color Black
CPU Supported
CPU Type Intel Core i7 / i5 / i3 (LGA1155)
CPU Socket Intel Socket H2(LGA1155)
North Bridge Intel H67
Memory Supported
Memory slot 4 x 240Pin
Memory Type Supported DDR3 1333/1066
Max Memory Supported 16GB
Expansion Slots
PCI Express 2.0 x16 1 x PCI Express 2.0 x16 (PEG, for graphics cards only)
PCI Express 1 x PCI Express x1
Other 1 x Mini PCI Express 2.0 x1 (for the optional WLAN module)
Serial ATA 2 x SATA 3.0Gb/s + 2 x SATA 6.0Gb/s
Onboard Video Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000 integrated in the processor
Channel 8-CH
Max LAN Speed 10/100/1000Mbps
Extension Bays
3.5" Internal bays 1
3.5" External bays 1
5.25" External bays 1
Front Panel Ports
Front USB 2 x USB 3.0
Front e-SATA Ports 1
Front Audio Ports 2 jacks
Back Panel Ports
Rear USB 6 (4 x USB 2.0 + 2 x USB 3.0)
Rear e-SATA Ports 1
RJ45 1
Rear Audio Ports 5 jacks
Power Supply
Power Supply 300 Watt power supply (80 PLUS Bronze)
Physical SPEC
Dimensions 12.72" x 8.19" x 7.72"
Weight 7.94 lbs.
Material Aluminum
Features The H3 chassis design: a clean and modern look

Small, but easy to install

Supports Intel 32nm Sandy Bridge Processors

Single-Chip Chipset: Intel H67 Express

Integrated Cooling Engine (I.C.E.)

Solid Capacitor

SATA 3.0 with up to 6 Gbit/s speed

4 x USB 3.0

Supports Dual-Slot Graphics Card

Supports one optical drive and two hard disks

Built-in Intel HD Graphics Engin

Dual View Technology with HDMI and DVI (or VGA)

HD Audio capabilities

80 PLUS BRONZE certified Power Supply
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