The new generation of barebones from Shuttle is compatible with 4th generation Intel Core processors with Intel’s high-performance H87 chipset.
A very interesting feature about the XPC from Shuttle is that they take compact solutions to the next level, getting rid of the limitations of small computers and making solutions easier. With a Shuttle XPC you can simply add a processor, memory and a storage device and you’ll have a smaller, quieter high-end PC. Also, the XPC offer something the Mini-ITX systems don’t: a proprietary motherboard that greatly increases performance.
Its specs make this the second best Intel chipset for this generation. The H87 does everything the Z87 does except for the over clocking customizations, because over clocking isn’t really what this model is about. This model is designed to have a powerful PC without much hassle, totally functional and with the latest technologies.
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One of the pillars of high-end portable computers is, without a doubt, Shuttle’s “cube” concept, one of the most powerful options out there.
Now, in its sixth revision, it’s being updated with a classic case and a H87 chipset from Intel, giving birth to the new SH87R6, a cube with Shuttle’s proprietary format which offers the user a more powerful configuration, with several noticeable differences, like the double PCI Express slot for upgrading, or the four memory slots to have up to 32GB in RAM in this architecture.
The new Shuttle SH87R6 features a 1150 socket for fourth-generation Haswell Core processors, four SATA 6gbps ports with RAID modes, mSATA 6gbps connector, MiniPCIe connector, PCI Express 3.0 PEG for big graphics cards and one additional PCI Express 1x port.
The barebone adds two Ethernet cards, wireless compatibility, several USB 3.0, eSATA, dual-link DVI and HDMI 1.4a ports. It will be available in Spain in September, -although nothing has been said about its price-, and we will have a full review ready by then.