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Could this be the most PC shooter of all time?
Far Cry 5, The Crew 2, and a mystery title.
Sub-£180 bare-bones for Gen 4.
We visit Shuttle's HQ to see its new SH67H3 and chat about AMD CPUs, the UK market and future XPCs.
Shuttle, the industry's renowned small form factor barebones specialist, has taken Intel's latest dual-core Atom CPU and used the mini-ITX form factor to create what seems like a match made in heaven. We put this teeny beast through the paces to see if it makes the perfect mini-PC.
Possibly the perfect Home Theatre PC barebones - the SN68PTG5 looks fantastic, has integrated graphics with HDMI out and is attractively priced. Has Shuttle made something we all want under our TVs?
Not everything has to be built around a huge ATX case, and Shuttle's XPC range gets another revision to include yet more features: Oasis cooling, solid aluminium capacitors our favourite P35 chipset to make a potential teeny performance monster.
Another day, another Micro ATX case with a slightly unwieldy and annoying name - or can the X-QPack 2 prove itself to be something a little special? We find out in our comprehensive review...
We love all cases great and small, so it's only fair that we have a look at the new MicroATX case from Lian-Li. But is the V350 a new miniature champ or just a very small shrimp in a very big ocean? We find out in our comprehensive review of this brand new case.
Both Acer and ECS have been tipped to have an interest in SFF maker, Shuttle, as rumours hit the market in Taiwan.
COMPUTEX 2007: Intel's 3-series chipsets and Robson technology come to Shuttle's next-gen XPCs, while the T-series is dispanded.
COMPUTEX 2007: Vacuum tubes are back, as Shuttle pairs up with ESTI to make a HTPC that'll beat those drums right out your ears.
COMPUTEX 2007: No one loves a bit of bling more than us modders here at bit-tech, and Shuttle delivers some in its latest G6 XPC chassis.
Slightly larger than the XPC range, the Shuttle SS21T is an extremely cheap barebones system. However, has Shuttle cut too many corners?
Benny over at PlexMod.de has done a fantastic job with this pair of C3M machines.
CES 2007: A flame-grilled small form factor and an ATX tower are order of the day for Shuttle.
We take a look at the SD37P2 - the first Shuttle XPC to support Intel's Core 2-based dual/quad-core CPUs. Intel's 975X chipset is typically a strong and stable performer, but do the sleek looks translate into good performance, stability and features? We find out.
This is a small form factor chassis designed for the DIY market - you can stick in your own Micro ATX motherboard and build a full-powered system in a rather smaller footprint. It has some fantastically neat ideas - but can it deliver?
We take a look at another selection of some of the hottest mods from the bit-tech Forums. This month we've got a custom-built widescreen projector, three Cooler Master Stackers and a Shuttle XPC.
Shuttle has begun to look at the modder's dream - full computers in cars. It showed off a concept at this year's CarTronics show in Taipei.
Shuttle is back with a new look chassis that has a host of new components under the hood. The SN27P2 supports AMD's new AM2 processors and has an NVIDIA nForce 570 chipset to boot. Is it as good as the company's previous designs?
He blew us away with Orac³, and set phasers to 'stunning' with the Part I of his second project, WMD. The modding mastery of G-gnome returns with Part II of his stainless steel Weapon of Mass Destruction, with dual watercooled PSUs, custom designed radiator and more.
Glow Lounge has been making Media Center PCs for a long time. With an Athlon 64 X2, 2GB of RAM and dual digital TV tuners on a single card, is this one of the fastest MCE systems in the West?
Shuttle has announced two new XPCs: the AMD-based SN21G5 with GeForce 6100 integrated graphics, and the SD36G5M - the first XPC with Viiv technology.
With the hype around the Transformers movie really starting to rev up, an enterprising modder battles it out with an airbrush to bring us an awesome Transformers case.
Bored with the sexy, classic, brushed-aluminium looks of your Shuttle? Drag it into the gutter for an entirely different kind of sexiness with an adult-anime cover we call the XXXPC.
Shuttle's first Pentium M effort is a complete stunner. An external PSU, near-silent design, great looks, some overclockability and decent performance to boot. Is this the ultimate SFF?
Following the epic success of his Orac³ mod, Pete 'G-gnome' Dickison prepares to stun the world again with his stainless steel weapon of mass destruction, WMD. Part 1 has been digitally remastered now that construction is nearing completion.
Shuttle has created a fully loaded HTPC called the XPC Media Center. Dual TV tuners, FM radio, 250GB hard drive, wireless networking, 7.1 surround sound... it has everything you could want. Details & photos inside.
The SN26P, the Shuttle that supports SLI, is due on sale within a couple of weeks - we have updated info on its specs.
With more power per cubic metre than a nuclear bomb, the Shuttle SLI combines an Athlon 64 and two NVIDIA 6800 GT graphics cards in SLI to form one of the most powerful SFF systems anywhere. We test it, rip it apart, photograph the insides then stick a pair of 7800 GT cards in just for fun.
We have a look at a Shuttle based on ATI's Radeon Xpress 200G chipset: the ST20G5. It features an integrated graphics processor that will allow for up to three monitors to be driven when coupled with a discrete ATI-based video card.
Today, Richard Swinburne has a look at Shuttle's SN25P barebones chassis. It is based on the NForce 4 MCP and is capable of supporting video cards with dual-slot cooling solutions.
Tweaktown have pronounced Shuttle has having the best Booth Babes of Computex 2005, according to a press release just issued by Shuttle HQ
Shuttle are pitching for the Ultimate LAN Party rig with the SN26P, featuring 6800GT SLI in a small form-factor PC
Following Shuttle's announcement this week of a Media Center-ready barebones XPC, Naser at TBreak.com decided he could go one better and mod a standard XPC with a 5-inch LCD screen.
They say that space is the final frontier – but why are we still launching hardware with state of the Ark computers?
Dave's Cebit 2005 coverage continues with Small Form Factor PCs, low-noise components, Fatal1ty and beer!
Take2 commissioned us to build two Hidden & Dangerous 2-themed Shuttle PCs
The SB81P XPC is Shuttle's LGA775 Intel SFF bad-boy, and we like it a lot
Are Intel’s latest LGA775 processors a stepping in the wrong direction for hardware enthusiasts? James Morris investigates