A Shuttle for Sandy Bridge with chipset Z68

Presentation of a Shuttle with an Intel Z68 Express chipset...

The European subsidiary of the American Shuttle prepares to commercialize the SZ68R5. This is the first time that a Shuttle barebone integrates a motherboard equipped with a high-performance Intel's Z68 Express chipset, for example managing the SSD with the TRS (Smart Response Technology) cache via flash drives which, for win of the place, can here be mSATA. Indeed, this Shuttle ZZ68R5 can accommodate four maps girls, namely a PCIe x 16 Gen 2.0, a PCIe x 4, a mini-PCIe x 1 and the mSATA sus-city port.

Shuttle SZ68R5 (1)    Shuttle SZ68R5 (2)    Shuttle SZ68R5 (3)    Shuttle SZ68R5 (4)

Can be install on this machine, in addition to an Intel Sandy Bridge processor on the socket LGA 1155, up to 32 GB of RAM with the four available DIMM slots. The BIOS allows to activate the Turbo Boost to make the most of its processor performance when necessary, but also to enable a function of energy saving that promises a power consumption and thermal envelope measured.

For connectivity, there back a DVI output and an HDMI output, in addition to six (including two USB 3.0) USB ports, an eSATA port, an Ethernet port and audio Jack managing the 7.1. While front four other USB ports (including two USB 3.0, and a USB 2.0 with 2 to effectively recharge mobile terminals) are arranged without forgetting the Jack for the headphone and microphone. To complement this barebone, the UEFI motherboard offers two catch SATA 6 Gbps and two SATA 3 Gbps and two USB 2.0 connectors. Provided food is certified 80 Plus and proposes a 500W Power.

This Shuttle in Z68 should arrive soon in shops to price of €301 duty-free. As always with Shuttle, this is not given...


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