Shuttle XPC smaller, pricier than competition
CNET reviews the Shuttle XPC H7 5800 small form factor gaming desktop with a Core i7 processor.
Even if we don't love Shuttle'sgaming system, we have to give Shuttle credit for offering a smaller small form factor desktop than its boutique competition.
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Shuttle's one advantage is that the XPC H7 5800 is two to three inches smaller than those systems in every dimension You sacrifice some upgradeability (the Shuttle can support only one double-wide 3D card, while the others can take a pair of them), but if you really want the most compact gaming desktop possible, this might be it. As much as some of you may value its smaller size, we don't find it worth an extra $600, and the 32-bit operating system makes it that much harder to stomach.
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