Thursday, July 7th 2011

Shuttle H7 5800G Pro and H7 5800P Pro Extreme Performance PCs Now Available

Shuttle, a world-leading PC manufacturer focused on high-performance small form factor desktops, today announced the availability of the Shuttle H7 5800G Pro and H7 5800P Pro extreme performance PC models for purchase through Shuttle's USA online shop, starting today.

Ready for gamers and enthusiasts, the Shuttle H7 5800G Pro features a 3.06GHz Intel Core i7 950 quad-core processor (up to 3.33GHz Core i7 980X Extreme Edition), NVIDIA GeForce performance graphics (up to GeForce GTX 580 or Radeon HD 6970), 4GB DDR3 memory (up to 16GB), and 500GB hard drive (upgradeable to SSD), starting at $1,299.99 MSRP.

Architected for professionals, the Shuttle H7 5800P Pro delivers workstation-class performance with a 3.06GHz Intel Core i7 950 quad-core processor (up to 3.33GHz Core i7 975 Extreme Edition), AMD FirePro V3700 professional graphics (up to NVIDIA Quadro 4000), and 4GB DDR3 memory (up to 8GB), 500GB hard drive (upgradeable to SSD), starting at $1,299.99 MSRP.

For more details on Shuttle's H7 Pro Series PCs, please visit this page for H7 5800G or this page for H7 5800P.
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3 Comments on Shuttle H7 5800G Pro and H7 5800P Pro Extreme Performance PCs Now Available

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RejZoR
These are nice little cubes. I just wonder how they cool Core i7 950 and GeForce 580 in it, considering i have problems cooling my system and i have quite some more space and bigger fans and coolers in my Lian Li case which is still small but not nearly as small as this Shuttle.
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by: RejZoR
These are nice little cubes. I just wonder how they cool Core i7 950 and GeForce 580 in it, considering i have problems cooling my system and i have quite some more space and bigger fans and coolers in my Lian Li case which is still small but not nearly as small as this Shuttle.
Shuttles have their own custom mobos and cooling for those mobos, and the only CPU cooler you can use is the Shuttle-designed one that ships with the case as it fits into the way the case dissipates heat. The only issue would be the graphics card but I think you'll be OK as long as you don't overclock.

Nice to see Shuttle finally releasing 1366 systems... better late than never.
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jpierce55
I remember when they were a mobo mfg, and a very good one at that.
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