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

#1
Pinchy
Random Murderer said:
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!
i agree...what a bunch of wan*ers
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#2
Easy Rhino
Linux Advocate
uh...

uh, flames stopped being cool 20 years ago.
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#3
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Random Murderer said:
i know... you could BUILD 2 of these for that....
You pay for the flames. :cool:

@ Easy Rhino: Well, there's flames and there's flames. Simple flames that basicly looks like colored stripes are pretty boring, but when the flames are made in different shades and layers, it can be pretty awesome. I like the flames on the 1337 box. :)

@1337: Yeah, it's kinda ugly.. l33t is way cooler. ;)
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#4
Pinchy
lol if it was cheaper, it would be a reasonable computer
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#5
pead929
If it wasn't so damn awful i wouldn't call it retarded. I'll build a faster one for less money and it wouldn't be so ....flaming :)
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#6
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
The rig looks good, but overpriced.

Also, paint on the keyboard and mouse never works out. The acids from our hands always end up breaking the paint down and making it look like crap.
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#7
Alcpone
I used to assemble and pre install those cubes in a previous job, they are fiddly to say the least and it bloody well needs to be h2o cooled because they are smallllllll and if you've got that hardware in it then its going to get very hot!

Wouldn’t touch it with a ten foot barge pole, would much rather build that spec with my own bare hands in a sexy case!

;)
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#8
OnBoard
Alcpone said:
I used to assemble and pre install those cubes in a previous job, they are fiddly to say the least and it bloody well needs to be h2o cooled because they are smallllllll and if you've got that hardware in it then its going to get very hot!

Wouldn’t touch it with a ten foot barge pole, would much rather build that spec with my own bare hands in a sexy case!

;)
You said what I was going to say about the paintjob. It's full of flames because it runs so HOT you can't touch it or risk burned fingers :P

"Flames the equivalence of an warning sign"
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#9
Pinchy
lol i got a small computer...(my rig#2)....i must say, they are very nice and compact, but trying to fit stuff into them is baaad....i cant get a new PSU for it (and with all this hardware on a 200W :p...)...and i have to shave my arctic cooler so it will fit in (its about 2mm too big :p)
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