Thursday, December 21st 2006

Shuttle Introduces 1337 and 1337 SDXi Gaming Systems


Shuttle announced the launch of its newest lineup of gaming PCs—1337 and 1337 SDXi system. Just imagine: Intel Core 2 Extreme Edition X6800 or QX6700 processor, 2x AMD ATI Radeon X1950 XTX CrossFire video cards, 2GB Crucial Ballistix DDR2-800, Western Digital Raptor 150GB and fully internal liquid-cooling system all squeezed in a small form factor barebone case. The Shuttle 1337 SDXi is the result. You'll also recieve unique paint job for the case, the Razer Copperhead mouse and the Saitek Eclipse keyboard. The liquid-cooling system employed in 1337 systems is completely self-contained, maintenance free and guaranteed not to leak. Shuttle 1337 SDXi systems will be available late December starting at $4999. For more information, please click here.Source: Shuttle
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34 Comments on Shuttle Introduces 1337 and 1337 SDXi Gaming Systems

#2
Benpi
In 2 months, this PC will be ghey. I'd never buy something from someone who acually think 1337 is cool, and not just a joke.
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#4
rikuete
omg, is that a cupholder?
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#5
hat
Maximum Overclocker
that thing's on fire!
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#6
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
bet it would bounce if someone were to drop it off a building :roll: thats all the thing is good for i mean shit $5k for a prebuilt its not worth it :shadedshu what ~$2k to home build paint included
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#7
tkpenalty
... hmm... i could get something like that for 2k....
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#9
Pinchy
lol i reckon it looks nice :D
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#10
Track
Waste of money, but it sure is.... 1337!
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#11
Random Murderer
The Anti-Midas
by: Track
Waste of money, but it sure is.... 1337!
i second that notion
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#12
bornfree
Is this Sony lithium-ion battery powered or what?
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#14
bornfree
Do the flames appear before or after you turn it on?
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#15
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
I want one because its 1337!
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#16
Random Murderer
The Anti-Midas
by: bornfree
Do the flames appear before or after you turn it on?
as soon as you plug it in.
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#17
DaMulta
My stars went supernova
by: Random Murderer
as soon as you plug it in.
That would be SOooooo 1337:toast:
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#18
Canuto
How do i know if it's actually on fire :confused:
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#19
Random Murderer
The Anti-Midas
by: Canuto
How do i know if it's actually on fire :confused:
even if its not, the thing will give off so much heat you'll wanna shoot it with the fire extinguisher anyway:rolleyes:
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#21
Random Murderer
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by: Homeless
$5k, funny
i know... you could BUILD 2 of these for that....
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#22
Pinchy
yeah its a lil overpriced :p
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#23
Random Murderer
The Anti-Midas
by: Pinchy
yeah its a lil overpriced :p
yea, just a LITTLE, right?
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#24
Pinchy
lmao....thats USD as well, which is like $6300 AUD....:eek: eep
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#25
Random Murderer
The Anti-Midas
by: Pinchy
lmao....thats USD as well, which is like $6300 AUD....:eek: eep
lol, shuttle needs to get :nutkick:
ceck out all the mindless marketing ploys on their 1337 page:
http://sys.us.shuttle.com/sdxi.aspx

only the 1337 can use this computer?
GO F*CK YOURSELVES SHUTTLE!
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