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Shuttle SH67H3 XPC Case - Black

by SHUTTLE

RRP: £279.66
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  • Your Best Choice for Digital Home Entertainment
  • Supporting Dual-Slot Graphics Cards
  • High Definition Multimedia Interface
  • Integrated Cooling Engine 2 (I.C.E.2) Heat Pipe Technology
  • 80 PLUS Bronze
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Shuttle SH67H3 XPC Case - Black + Intel Core i3-3220 3300GHz 3MB Cache Socket LGA1155 Desktop CPU Box
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Technical Details
BrandSHUTTLE
Item Weight3.6 Kg
Product Dimensions32.3 x 20.8 x 18.9 cm
Item model numberSH67H3
Processor Count1
RAM Size8 GB
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
Voltage240 volts
Wattage300 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB004UC4HCG
Best Sellers Rank 31,674 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.7 Kg
Date First Available8 April 2011
  
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Product Description

4xDDR3/1366,Audio,VGA,LAN 1xPCIEx16,1xPCI,1x5.25,2x3.5

Box Contains

Verbatim Micro SDHC 16GB Class 10

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By G. Wilkinson on 27 Sep 2012
I used the following config:

Corsair DDR3 1333 memory (the fastest the motherboard can use) - 2 slots 4GB x 2, in the yellow slots
i7 3770 Ivy Bridge processor (Retail pack so I now have a spare fan!)
Ubuntu Linux 12.10beta
LG IPS235 monitor with DVI cable (you need the DVI for the card to recognise the monitor - no adapters please!)

First power on was fairly dead, due to the BIOS not being up to date enough for the box, to run an Ivy Bridge (22nm) processor it needs BIOS 2.01 or later and a version 2 motherboard (which they all seem to be now). You need to update the BIOS with an older chip in there:

So I had to put in an old sandy bridge chip to update the BIOS (I used a spare i5-2400 but even a £32 celeron with graphics will do. The bios numbers on the screen bear no relation to the numbers on the Shuttle site, so just get the latest one from them, use their suggestion to create a bootable DOS memory stick and run Flash.bat from the BIOS bundle you just downloaded. It takes a while - lots of writing - then it's done. Power off and remove lead before changing to the new Ivy bridge chip, and earth yourself to a nearly radiator first.

So with a working machine you can now install Linux, but not any Linux - you need Ubuntu 12.10 (beta if not yet released), and to install successfully you need to put it into a memory stick. From linux type 'dmesg' to see where the usb stick is (lets assume sdd), unmount it if it's automatically been mounted and then type:
sudo cat ubuntu-12.10-beta1-desktop-amd64.iso > /dev/sdd (or where your memory stick was in dmesg). Careful with this command - get the target right or lose your data!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By anticlimactic on 5 July 2012
Normally I buy second hand IBM laptops but I wanted a new desktop as a media player. As it was to go under the TV I wanted a small format box but all the pre-built ones seem to use the Intel Atom and I wanted a more high-end spec. I came across the Shuttle which seemed ideal even though I have never built a PC before. This is really a semi-barebones system as all that is required is to add CPU, memory and internal drives. I went for the H7, identical to the H3 except for doors on the front to cover the ports and drive bays - much neater.

I did consider the i5-3750k Ivy Bridge processor but this requires the version 2 motherboard [which I have] and a specific level of BIOS [which I am not sure I have] so I went for the i5-2500k as the best all round processor.

I wanted an SSD for speed and quietness. I always store data externally so it only needed to store the OS and software. Originally I was aiming for the Corsair 60GB, but in the end chose the Samsung 830 128GB. Although the Samsung has a slower write speed this is unlikely to affect me, and the life span for normal use is 40 years plus. I also decided on the larger size as I intended to get a Freeview dongle and record TV programs. Windows 7 has allocated 23GB for virtual storage and page files so a larger size is a good idea anyway, and the price difference is not so great. I could even have bought a 256GB SSD for only 50% more.

For the optical drive I bought a Pioneer Blu-ray rewriter BDR-207DBK at only £64. My music is on a NAS box and my DVDs are on USB HDDs so my Sony Blu-ray player is only kept for the occasional blu-ray disk. This drive means I no longer need the Sony. The SH67H3 has HDMI 1.4a anyway so no loss of function.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By kam t on 16 April 2014
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I cant believe how quite this thing runs. Its unbelievable Im running this with 16GB ram & I7 3770s. Great system
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Simon Brooke VINE VOICE on 19 May 2012
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This is a very nice piece of packaging. Although the Amazon product description doesn't say so, if you've done your research you'll know this is a barebones system, not just a case. It needs to be: to package a well specified i7 system into such a small case, the cooling system is very carefully designed, which means the system comes with a pre-installed motherboard and cooler. Everything is well laid out, and the construction of the drive cage is very thoughtful. Documentation is also very good and very clear, with many clear colour pictures showing you step by step how to assemble a system.

I have fitted mine with a DVD R/W drive, a two terrabyte hard drive, a 64Gb SSD, a double width video card and 16Gb out of a possible 32Gb of RAM. It all went together very easily indeed.
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By Sid on 6 Mar 2014
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Returned first shuttle because fan would stop start and not boot up the computer. I was sent a replacement . This starts but get no beeps nor any output using hdmi ordvi.
Have reseated memory, cables etc. will see if i have to return this too!!
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