Monday, February 16th 2009

Shuttle Unleashes SX58H7 Prima Series

Shuttle Inc. – the leading designer and manufacturer of small form factor (SFF) computers and accessories rolls out a new Prima flagship model – SX58H7. The Shuttle SX58H7 packs amazing performance into a mini glossy aluminum enclosure to reach “work hard & play hard” goals of extreme gamers, demand enthusiasts and mainstream PC users.

Shuttle SX58H7 features the Intel latest X58 Chipset, supporting the newest Intel Core i7 processors. The 3+1 channel DDR3 architecture triples the bandwidth of the system memory to boost performance. Capable of running both ATI CrossFire and NVIDIA SLI on the board, it’s easy to enjoy best experience in gaming performance and image quality. Presenting higher efficiency levels, the SX58H7 is guaranteed by 80PLUS BRONZE certification with 500W high efficiency & energy saving power supply.

The classic Shuttle chassis adds a new flavor for the SX58H7. The exquisite high-gloss black finish casing is designed for personal elegance. Featuring groundbreaking technology of Vapor Chamber base with heat pipe, the new generation I.C.Evo (Integrated Cooling Evolution) spreads heat flow equally and further lowers CPU temperatures by up to 7°C and provides best efficiency in cooling.

Technical Details
  • Intel X58+ICH10R
  • Core i7 processor Extreme Edition / Core i7 processor family
  • 3+1 triple Channels DDR3 memory, Max. 16 GB
  • 2x PCI-E x16 Gen. 2 w/ ATI Cross FireX & NVIDIA SLI support on demand
  • 2x Gigabit LAN w/ Teaming support
  • New I.C.Evo
  • 500-Watt power supply w/ 80 PLUS Bronze certification
  • 326(L) x 208(W) x 190(H) mm
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14 Comments on Shuttle Unleashes SX58H7 Prima Series

#1
phanbuey
I can't even begin to imagine the cooling implications. It looks like a really, really expensive toaster oven.
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DanTheBanjoman
Señor Moderator
by: phanbuey
I can't even begin to imagine the cooling implications. It looks like a really, really expensive toaster oven.
Key question though, will the toast taste even better?


Good point though, though they have SLI capable shuttles already, and there even is a mATX (slightly larger, I know) dual Xeon board. (i5000) So apparently it can be done.
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#3
Exavier
they look stackable. lol
I want a dual xeon toaster...

sexy ideas here though, surely i7 is too hot to confine like this?
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DanTheBanjoman
Señor Moderator
by: Exavier
I want a dual xeon toaster...
http://www.supermicro.com/products/motherboard/Xeon1333/5000V/X7DVL-L.cfm

If I'd ever come across a cheap sample of that board I'd buy it, shame it only has the x8 slot but it's still fun. I'd go to a LAN party with it just to brag and be pwnd by people with faster systems.

I'd probably stick Dempseys in it, just for the hell of it. (They're Pentium D's with HT)
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#5
InnocentCriminal
Resident Grammar Amender
I'm very excited to see how this turns out. I wouldn't worry about cooling tbh, all of my Shuttles have been more than excellent and heat was never an issue.

I was thinking the other day that I haven't seen an X58 based XPC.
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#6
Zehnsucht
This one paired with 4850's CF would be neat.
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#7
to6ko91
by: Zehnsucht
This one paired with 4850's CF would be neat.
hope you mean 4850x2's in CF :slap:
or 4870x2 :rolleyes:
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#8
Zehnsucht
by: to6ko91
hope you mean 4850x2's in CF :slap:
or 4870x2 :rolleyes:
With a 500W PSU I can't see this happening :slap:
As you probably don't know, Shuttle uses their own PSU standard.

The shuttles also normally only have two expansion slots...
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#9
ascstinger
eh intresting concept, shuttles are usually decent priced when compared to a good motherboard + case + psu, with the tradeoff being horrendous thermal properties and not many tweak options (though with the heat that's probably a good idea). I watercooled an old socket a shuttle system for shits and giggles
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#10
to6ko91
by: Zehnsucht
With a 500W PSU I can't see this happening :slap:
As you probably don't know, Shuttle uses their own PSU standard.

The shuttles also normally only have two expansion slots...
:banghead: What a waste of Core i7 Extreme power ... :shadedshu
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#11
JaniceAtShuttle
Shuttle Representative
In case you missed it...

How about WINNING one of these?

We're giving away a Shuttle SX58H7 (the platform this H7 5800 is based on), Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA 3D Vision Kit w/Samsung gaming monitor and 3D glasses, Razer gaming gear including Lycosa keyboard and DeathAdder mouse, Fast & Furious on Blu-ray/DVD, and more.

Check out the details here: http://bit.ly/13ZGl4
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#12
to6ko91
by: JaniceAtShuttle
How about WINNING one of these?

We're giving away a Shuttle SX58H7 (the platform this H7 5800 is based on), Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA 3D Vision Kit w/Samsung gaming monitor and 3D glasses, Razer gaming gear including Lycosa keyboard and DeathAdder mouse, Fast & Furious on Blu-ray/DVD, and more.

Check out the details here: http://bit.ly/13ZGl4
Open to legal residents of the 50 United States/D.C. ....:shadedshu
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#13
JaniceAtShuttle
Shuttle Representative
Sorry... it is U.S. only this time around. Thought the U.S. fans here might be interested.

If there's enough "buzz" though, our other offices might start a contest like it too ;)
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