Shuttle has rolled out new barebone PC dubbed as H3 6700G Gaming PC and it’s now available in the States. This barebone PC is powered by Intel Core i5 quad-core processor with speed up to 3.3GHz (or can be used with 3.4GHz Core i7 2600K CPU), installed with GeForce GTX 580 or Radeon HD 6970 GPU, and it has up to 16GB of DDR3 RAM support.
I’m looking at a little beast, anyway. Shuttle H3 6700G gaming PC is strong performer. If you doesn’t like a laptop, you can get this Shuttle PC instead with two benefits. It’s going to be able to play most 3D games you want, and its form factor is another plus in term of storing it somewhere narrow or place with limited space.
As far as the storage, Shuttle H3 6700G gaming PC has the default 500GB 3.5-inch HDD come along. If you have the money to spend, you can upgrade it to 3TB using HDD like Western Digital Caviar Green, or even double up to 6TB by placing anothe 3TB HDD into the secondary drive bay.
By looking at the above image, you’ll know that Shuttle H3 6700G has got a bunch of ports that you can enjoy. Starting from the front side (image to the left), there is an USB/eSATA combo port, twin USB ports, headphone port and mic port.
Rolling to the rear side (right image), there are:
- (1) PCI-E x16 v2.0 Slot (graphics cards only)
- (1) PCI x1 v2.0 Slot
- (1) Mini PCI-E x1 v2.0 Slot (optional WLAN module)
- (1) RJ45 Gigabit LAN Port
- (1) HDMI Port
- (1) DVI-I Port
- (1) eSATA Port
- (2) USB 3.0 Ports
- (4) USB 2.0 Ports
- (1) Line-In Port
- (1) Line-Out Port
- (1) Microphone-In Port
- (1) CMOS Clear Button
- (3) Wireless Antenna Fixture (optional)
Shuttle H3 6700G barebone desktop PC is coming with Windows 7 Home Premium OS for best performance. Additionally, again if you have the money, you can upgrade it to Windows 7 Ultimate to enjoy the full-unlocked OS experience.
The price of this Shuttle H3 6700G barebone PC is starting at $1,035.99 upwards. You can find more details of this specification over at Shuttle.
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