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Shuttle System XS35GT-804 Intel Atom D510 ION2 500G 2GB DDR2 HDMI Black Retail

Shuttle System XS35GT-804 Intel Atom D510 ION2 500G 2GB DDR2 HDMI Black Retail (Shuttle: XS35GT-804)
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Shuttle System XS35GT-804 Intel Atom D510 ION2 500G 2GB DDR2 HDMI Black Retail
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Rating: 8.31/10
With 13 User Reviews
Cullen
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Review Date: 05/22/13
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Small, quiet, sleek, nice stand. Quicker than expected with a dual core Atom 510. I loaded it with Windows 7 ࿀-bit) and tested it as a media Pc. I have all my media content stored on a server so for me this is purely for use with Media Center as effectively allow it to run factors like pandora. It played every video, such as 1080p MKVs without having a difficulty just one particular. It only has 2.1 sound. This doesn't seem to make sense for a machine that would just be ideal as a media center/HTPC otherwise. Sound comes by way of with the HDMI connection (it also has audio out on the back) but nothing in surround. No optical out. Thinking about adding an external 5.1 sound like probably a Creative XiFi and replacing the DVD drive with a slim blu-ray drive. This would make it play something.Obtaining a Pc that makes NO sound in the living room is wonderful.
Seema
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Review Date: 03/23/13
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Silent!!! Fantastic Size plays anything I throw at it. Windows 7 with Boxee going to try XBMC next. Wireless is off by default require to go into BIOS to turn it on. Upgrade to new BIOS. Loving this machine!!!! I have it connected to 40" Samsung Television using Boxee to watch videos. It seriously is silent.
Benjamin
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Review Date: 03/10/13
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Nice tiny nettopquiet won't stream at all; from media server nor onlineslow rendering from a media file of any size i bought this for boxee. what a disappointment for nearly 踰. could be killer if it had 4gb of ram. two just isn't adequate to get 1080i. i watch almost every little thing in 720. if i genuinely want to see a decent digital picture i have to move the file to the hard drive and play it from there.wait for google tv and or apple's new box.
Lina
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Review Date: 01/28/13
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Nonetheless technically a functioning Computer. I've done more testing, found the following.Greatest OS to natively run on the method: Windows 7As for media players:VLC performs the worst on this system. 1080p video content material freezes practically immediately.XBMC performs slightly superior, but video is nevertheless too choppy to appreciate.Windows Media Player Classic about the same as XBMC.Windows Media Player shows the greatest functionality, but any file above 10GB gets choppy. I wish I could return this, but newegg's restricted return policy prevents me from doing so. I purchased this for the sole goal of streaming my 1080p media collection to my HiDef Tv. This device fails for that goal.
Kamuzu
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Review Date: 11/18/12
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Small form aspect, quiet, HDMI, surround sound, DVD -RW drive and 1080p streaming with no stutter. The setup was fast and uncomplicated. None. I'm operating this machine stock (with the 2GB RAM and 500GB HD integrated). I have W7 loaded and am using a WHS for media streaming. I'm facing no concerns. The 100Mbps nic isn't an concern; streaming doesn't require 1Gbps.
Lupita
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Review Date: 07/22/12
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It's a operating Computer, technically... Would not deal with 1080p content. Would show the 1st frame then freeze. Audio would be playing, but not video. 720p video was choppy at best.OS's tried:Unable to set up Ubuntu, kept freezing throughout the hardware configuration portion of the set up.XBMC Live couldn't find the network adapter.Vista had problems with the WAN driver.7 was the only OS that didn't have any concerns installing.Tried playing my 1080p MKV files utilizing VLC, XBMC, and Windows Media Center. All failed horribly. Video would freeze or be so choppy that it could not be enjoyed. WMC wouldn't even recognize MKV files, which is the majority of my library. Probably there's some configuration with the ION II chip that demands to be accomplished, but I don't see exactly where I can do that. The system comes with no manuals, just a driver CD. I'm undertaking far more net searches to see if I can uncover a resolution, but so far there are none.I have two other systems at household that I can play these videos on without having challenge. My desktop and a two year old laptop with a Intel Mobile processor and a radeon 2xxx. they each deal with the videos just fine so it have to be this process.
Garan
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Review Date: 07/07/12
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Enough power to run World of Warcraft on Lowest settings! And all with passive cooling! no fan noise! Your keyboard is louder that this computer! NIC is only 100 mbit Adore it
Esperanza
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Review Date: 06/19/12
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tiny, runs relatively cool, quite quiet (silent with an SSD), the ion graphics is nice and supports dual monitors 1920x1080 on every with no trouble at all. the wireless is only activated from in windows from a program. that is the only way to turn it on an off. CPU runs at 60-80C, ion runs at 40-55C. pretty great for all passive, very great truly. the atom processor can get hotter than normal cpu's it can reach 125C. i have 3 ion versions and a normal "media" version the ion version kills the common. windows is snappier (graphically) and supports dual monitor. also temps are lower the ion is on the other side on a separate heatsink, the regular intel graphics is on the same heatsink as the cpu, so much more heat in media version.i didnt wait for newegg to put up the full barebone version so i utilized the three 500gb hdd's for external hd's and replaced them all with SSD's. definitely go with mushkin for those. comes with ddr2 800 pqi memory btw.
Danniell
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Review Date: 05/15/12
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I swapped out the difficult drive for an small intel SSD for total silence and to allow to run cooler. I don't play games or watch films or any video intense applications. I required a tiny light duty laptop or computer than was dead silent, cool, power efficient. We applied this in a medical office for electronic records. It had sufficient power to run the system and antivirus plan at a very acceptable pace. Lastly no noise and heat difficulties with a computer tucked in a cabinet. We even were able to turn off the cabinet fan! I don't miss that rumble from the cabinet. Would have been far better with four GB memory and I would have liked more quickly than 800 speed. The SSD genuinely helped this unit act like a "normal" desktop in terms of perceived speed. The processor is no speed demon but honestly the processor is not the bottleneck in most computers. For most usage I am really pleased. I'm choosing up a couple much more for the children at property for online use. Create in wireless is a plus (haven't tried yet)
Taran
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Review Date: 04/14/12
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I have been waiting for this lil guy for a extended time and it finally got delivered yesterday. I swapped the 500gb difficult drive for a SSD proper away and installed Windows 7 Ultimate. It is freaky how quiet this thing is, the only way I knew it was on was the power light and the activity light. You can place your head up proper next to it, and hear Absolutely nothing. This is exactly what I wanted given that I will use it to watch a lot of motion pictures and my older HTPC's fans were on the quiet side but still annoying for horror movies that develop suspense from silence. I am running the most current develop of XBMC working with hardware acceleration and it played all the mkv's I threw at it.Upgrading the difficult drive to the SSD was straightforward, 1 screw on the case to take it apart and the difficult drive was suitable there secured by three screws in a little casing. It is sadly 10럼 LAN, not positive why this model is only quickly ethernet while the other models without ION are gigabit. Doesn't bother me as I stream my films to this box and the bitrate doesn't hit the 100mbit cap.The video bios screen ahead of the POST screen says that the build is an 'engineering release - not for production'; I am hoping this doesn't bring about problems or a BIOS update will right it.The included CD does NOT involve the ION drivers and the drivers on nvidia's web page did not set up. Fortunately, Shuttle did have the driver on their site but it took a good 20 minutes to download as their web site was slow.
Nuncio
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Review Date: 04/14/12
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- Very low energy consumption (about the identical as a Compact Florescent Bulb)- Absolutely silent- Dual Core CPU- Committed video with 512mb VRAM- Handles 1080p video in x.264 working with CoreAVC- Boxee friendly- Can manage supply games on lower settings- Incredibly smaller (about the size of a tough cover book)-Built in wireless -Can not deal with high end Computer games, even though this computer is not created to-Software switch for the wireless (have to set up particular utility, not just a driver, to get it to work) These computers are not developed for high finish computing but that's just fine by me. If you are looking for a excellent personal computer to use for net browsing, watching videos, e-mail, and word processing, you can not go wrong with this. It can handle everything your average computer system user will even though at it. Simply because it has committed video, this pc is going to last considerably longer than a machine with integrated graphics. If you are looking for a power efficient Pc for your parents or a Media Center Computer for oneself, get this. There are other brands out there, but they are all created and manufactured in mainland China. Shuttle is based out of Taiwan. With out going into too substantially detail, computer systems from Taiwanese corporations tend to be of considerably higher high quality than mainland China
Vinson
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Review Date: 01/20/12
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Note: this review is based on making use of Ubuntu 10.10- With most current XBMC releases, it runs 1080p video nicely with full 5.1 DTS/DD passthrough over HDMI- 720p functions well with mplayer + smplayer frontend with VDPAU enabled- Can be setup for different procedures of remote administration- Fits nicely behind my Television- Fantastic individual server- Really quiet (especially hidden behind a Tv that's over 9 ft away)- Have not had any difficulties with temperature in spite of passive coolingTip:Those having difficulties need to check out VDPAU enabled players/drivers/libraries (VDPAU = hardware video acceleration beneath Linux) - In general, some of the configuration steps might not be friendly to the non-tech savvy user. If you strategy to run Ubuntu, buyer beware! It may possibly not be as enjoyable as you program-a fast search shows that the internal WIFI doesn't work devoid of flashing the BIOS to 1.09. It may take some digging to locate out how.- Also, Ubuntu's stock wireless drivers for this chipset nevertheless caused me important concerns. Just wire it to your router and disable wireless for very best outcomes. Nonetheless want gigabit ethernet.- Concerns receiving sound to function well. There is lots of support out there for these problems, but not all of the proposed solutions fix the difficulties.- On the subject of audio, alsamixer and pulseaudio will haunt your dreams- Still had frame tearing even though operating 1080p with compiz effects operating (solution: disable compiz effects, duh!)Tip:To get five.1 DTS/DD passthough by way of HDMI in XBMC, attempt using "plughwɅ,7" (without quotes) for both custom audio device and passthough device in XBMC system -> audio settings Immediately after spending about a week and a half working on this machine, I have operating with up-to-date BIOS, Ubuntu 10.ten, upgraded Transmission with remote admin (legal torrents only, children!), XBMC with an iPhone app and Rii mini keyboard/mouse for control, mplayer+smplayer+vdpau, VLC nightlies, operating audio systemwide ƕ.1 DTS/DD in XBMC)On the other hand, the finish result was well worth the effort and I look forward to future projects involving Apache, Samba, NAS, and a lot more...
Melva
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Review Date: 12/03/11
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I want to make it known that this does have up to 7.1 (I use five.1) surround sound over the HDMI connector. My receiver lights up with DTS and Dolby when playing my movies.I also streamed a few Bluray movies with no buffer problems at all on the 100mbit. The LED light is a bright white and kind of annoying, it also flashes when in standby mode. I tried to see if i could unplug the LEDs inside but it didn't appear uncomplicated to do and I was lazy :)
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Wireless LAN: 802.11b/g/n
Color: Black
Memory Type Supported: DDR2 800/667
Max LAN Speed: 10/100Mbps
2.5" Internal bays: 1
Front USB: 1
Card Reader: 4-IN-1 Card Reader (SD/MMC/MS/XD)
VGA: 1 x D-Sub
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