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Shuttle Presents First XPC Cube for 8th Gen Intel Core Processors

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2018/07/12 10:20:49 (permalink)
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The XPC cubes are the first models in the Shuttle range to benefit from the generation leap forward to Intel's latest processor models with a 14nm architecture (Coffee Lake). The XPC Barebone SH370R6 features four slots for DDR4 memory modules which can accommodate an overall capacity of up to 64 GB (4x 16 GB). DDR4-2666 memory can be used here for the first time. An efficient 300 Watt power supply unit is enough to drive most of the full configurations (processor, memory, drives) that are possible with the SH370R6. For particularly high-end configurations with powerful graphics cards, the SH370R6 Plus with a 500 Watt power supply unit will be available shortly. I like the design. Nice and simple with a small form factor.
 
 


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    Re: Shuttle Presents First XPC Cube for 8th Gen Intel Core Processors 2018/07/14 06:09:47 (permalink)
    OMG, i didnt even think they were still around. had one of their frag boxes back in the day

                                   
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