Shuttle AMD AM2+ Mini-PC Barebone Kit

Posted: Jul 16 2008, 1:35pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:31am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 
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Shuttle has announced its latest small form factor barebones system for AMD AM2+ processors. The new system uses the H7 housing design and is suitable for the newest Phenom processors. Shuttle says the machine has 80channel sound with DTS Connect and Dolby Digital Live! certification.

Sound can be transmitted via an optical SPDIF out socket. Graphics for the system are via DirectX 10 compliant NVIDIA GeForce 8200 that can accelerate HD video. Outputs on the rear include a HDMI 1.3 with HDCP port. The system also has a PCI Express slot for a discrete video card.

Power for the system is a 300-watt PSU that is 80 PLUS certified. The system also features automatic fan control and maintenance free heat pipe cooling. The XPC barebone SN78SH7 is available now at EUR 284 plus VAT.

Via Shuttle

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