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Shuttle SX58H7

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Expert Review

18 October 2009
  • Summary: It is clear as soon as the SX58H7 is unboxed that this is a quality system. The finish is flawless and with the front top and sides all being high shine with silver trim it should look at home in any environment. The fact that the system has no visible connectors on the front panel also helps to maintain a classy, understated appearance.
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Overall 6

Expert Review

5 May 2009
  • Excerpt: The SX58H7 allows builders to craft a powerful Core i7 system in a relatively small package, but you’ll pay big-time for going small.
  • Pros: Attractive, well-designed, compact case, Accommodates two 3.5-inch hard drives, Fits standard-thickness 5.25-inch optical drive, Included 500-watt power supply is 80-Plus Bronze certified
  • Cons: Very expensive for a barebones system, Only single-width cards supported for CrossFire/SLI, Assembly can be frustrating
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X58 in a Pocket - Shuttle SX58H7

Hardware Zone
23 October 2009
  • Conclusion: As one of the first X58 based barebones system to hit the market, the Shuttle SX58H7 is a decent take. Aesthetically, Shuttle has done a good job to update the looks of its new SFF, while retaining the same dimensions as its older products. On paper, Shuttle has managed to reproduce a motherboard with all of the Intel X58 chipset's features.
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Русский Tom's Hardware Guide
2 July 2009
  • Summary: Любая система на основе Core i7 может обеспечить впечатляющий прирост производительности, но смогла ли XPC SX58H7 подтвердить смелые обещания Shuttle? Сначала давайте посмотрим на общую производительность в сравнении с материнской платой Asus P6T, которая была предыдущим рекордсменом по производительности.
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Test: Shuttle XPC SX58H7 *update*

28 April 2009