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Shuttle SH67 XPC Desktop (Refurbished): i5-3450, 4GB DDR3, 2x 320GB HDD EXPIRED

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Promoted 01-29-2016 by GoodDay at 06:43 PM View Original Post
Computers.woot.com has Shuttle SH67 XPC Desktop (Refurbished) w/ 3rd-Gen Intel i5-3450 Processor on sale for $249.99. Shipping is Free. Thanks Suryasis

Specs:
  • 3th-Gen Intel Core i5-3450 Quad-Core Ivy bridge CPU (3.1GHz)
  • 4GB DDR3 Memory
  • 2x 320GB SATA HDD
  • Intel HD Graphics 2500
  • 80 Plus bronze 300W Power Supply
  • Keyboard & Mouse
  • Windows 7 proferssional 64-Bit
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Edited January 29, 2016 at 11:55 AM by cricket702
Woot has refurbished Shuttle SH67 XPC Desktop, Intel Core i5-3450 Quad-Core 3.1GHz, 4GB DDR3, 2 x 320GB SATA (Total 640GB), Win7Pro 64-Bit, 300W 80+ Bronze PSU @ $249 with 1 Year Advanced Skyline Technology at $249.99. Shipping is free.

This is a Mini ITX Desktop with all kind of expansion slots including PCI-E 2.0 X16 slot and PCI-E X1 slot and mini PCI-E Slot. It is also having 4 Ram slots with 32GB of memory support. A pretty powerful computer with 1 year of warranty. Also Windows 7 Pro will be updated to Windows 10 professional for free. You can add a low powered graphics card like GT 950 for gaming.

LINK:
http://computers.woot.com/offers/...cnt_wp_4_2

SPECIFICATION:
  • Windows 7 proferssional 64 Bit with free upgrade to Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
  • Intel Ivy bridge Core i5-3450 (3.1GHz, 3.5GHz Turbo, 6MB L3 Cache, Quad Core)
  • Intel HD Graphics 2500
  • 4GB DDR3 Ram (4 slots, 32GB max)
  • 2 X 320GB SATA 7200 RPM HDD (640Gb total)
  • DVD-ROM
  • Realtek ALC888 Audio with 7.1 channel audio output
  • Gigabit Ethernet
  • 2X USB 3.0 + 1 X USB 2.0-eSATA port at front
  • 4 X USB 3.0 + 2 USB 3.0 + 1 e-SATA Port at back
  • DVI and HDMI output, SPDIF
  • PCI-E V2.0 X16 slot X 1
  • PCI-E V2.0 X1 Slot X 1, Mini PCIE Slot
  • 80 Plus bronze 300W PSU
  • USB Mouse and Keyboard combo
  • 1 Year Advanced Skyline Technology
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Seems decent, throw in one of these GTX 950's for $119 and youll have a very capable 1080p gaming desktop.

http://www.evga.com/Products/Prod...spx?type=8
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If I remember correctly the psu fans can be pretty noisy in these. Also it's really weak psu, should swap out the dual hard drives for a single solid state and then put a very efficient graphics card in there and hope for the best. Could be an awesome htpc rig if the psu isn't loud.
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Quote from Gotchaforce View Post :
If I remember correctly the psu fans can be pretty noisy in these. Also it's really weak psu, should swap out the dual hard drives for a single solid state and then put a very efficient graphics card in there and hope for the best. Could be an awesome htpc rig if the psu isn't loud.
If you are going to use a 2.5" SSD then no need to remove the hard disks. What I did in one one of my mini-PC build is use tape to attach the SSD in one side of the occupied HDD bay, after placing the it on top of a metal plate.
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These are good except use of non standard size PSU will limit options
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Any reason why I can't use this as a regular desktop? I do real estate so nothing major but I do make a lot of fluers
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Quote from alphagirl35 View Post :
Any reason why I can't use this as a regular desktop? I do real estate so nothing major but I do make a lot of fluers
no reason at all. should be perfectly fine

as for the not standard psu, you could put everything in another case no?
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I've had 5 of the Shuttle XPS's over the last number of years. Done everything from using them stock to fully replacing the cooling solution with water cooling. I have a soft spot for these and am still using one of these with an i5-2500k that's been running 24/7 since the line's launch (now my Plex server).

If there was a new bare-bones option for under $100, I'd buy another.

You can also buy a 80mm to 120mm fan adapter and replace the internal fan pretty easily (among other mods).
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owned an older model these run well but 300w limits gpu. used a gtx750 and extended out of the case, so the case had to be trimmed to fit the card.
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I am in fact planning to buy but not going to use it as gaming PC. More of a media center PC is required. Looks like lot of people have experience with this company. Can you guys please advise. I am planning to add a minimum graphics card capable of 4K 60 FPS playback with Display port out.
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Not sure why people are saying you can't use this as a gaming PC.

I bought the upgraded PSU and I'm running a Core i7 2600k, 8GB, GTX970 and SSD.

Everything runs perfectly and it's quiet as hell.

I've got it hooked up to my TV in my media center and it's awesome.
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I bought one of these from last year's deal for ~$50 more. Also refurbished from woot.
That one is my wife's gaming computer. I put another 2x2 Gb Ram (it has 4 slots) so that now it has 4x2 = 8 Gb Ram and fit a GTX650 card in it. The motherboard, interior and overall design is great.

It runs DOTA2 and Civ5 perfectly. With 650, I didn't not try it with more hardware demanding games.

Now I am consider buying another one to replace my much bigger desktop tower (AMD 760K + HD7870). Hopefully I can fit the 7870 into it.
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Quote from juggar View Post :
Seems decent, throw in one of these GTX 950's for $119 and youll have a very capable 1080p gaming desktop.

http://www.evga.com/Products/Prod...spx?type=8
Why this one is much cheaper than other GTX950s?
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