Most gaming PCs come in a full-tower chassis due to needing to have wider space and carry a number of cooling components for better airflow. But the Shuttle’s newly announced Shuttle H3 6700G gaming PC makes a difference here.
As shown, the Shuttle H3 6700G comes in a tiny form factor. But inside its black, brushed aluminum chassis, it packs a number of powerful components, including a mainboard using the Intel’s H67 Express chipset, a choice of Sandy Bridge Core i3/i5 /i7 processors, and LGA1155 for GPU enhancement.
It packs four USB 3.0, seven USB 2.0, HDMI and DVI. It also has two two 6Gbps SATA III and two 3Gbps SATA II interfaces, allowing you to connect up to two hard drives, and configure them as RAID array using the Intel’s Rapid Storage technology.
The CPU has heatpipe system allows smaller, quieter and more powerful fan to be used. It can pack up to 16GB DDR3 1333 MHz memory. There is also gigabit ethernet and surround sound system. A demo unit of the H3 6700G was shown at E3, which is based on a Core i5 2500K CPU, 4GB of DDR3 RAM and an NVidia video card. Currently, there is no pricing info.