Shuttle SDXi Barebones XPC Review
Patrick "MACMAC" MacMillan
While small form factor (SFF) systems are delightfully compact, they often lack certain features that would make them solid gaming platforms. Nevertheless, it appears that Shuttle has finally decided to tweak their design, and cater to the gaming market. HotHardware has just posted a review of the awesome-looking Shuttle SDXi Barebones XPC. Does this SFF truly have it all?
Lets see what they had to say:
As we reflect on our experience with Shuttle's SDXi Barebones kit, there are a number of factors to consider. First, when it comes to features, appearance and performance, the SDXi Barebones Kit is undeniably impressive. This unit sports an ample array of features, delivers competitive performance and looks great doing it. We think using a liquid cooling kit to help accommodate two PCI Express graphics cards in a small form factor design is a great idea, but there are other factors that work against the SDXi Barebones kit.
Overall, this is a pretty sleek setup. However, the $999 USD price tag is rather exorbitant. Nevertheless, Im sure that some hard-core LAN Party gamers will gladly fork over the cash to have the coolest case in town.
Click here to read the full review.
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