Shuttle XG41, Intel, Socket 775, Intel G41 Express, Serial ATA II, 6.35 cm (2.5 "), 8 GB [producto importado]
Descripción del producto
Adaptador gráfico: GMA X4500
Canales de salida de audio: 5.1
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 4
Características de red: Gigabit Ethernet
Circuito integrado de tarjeta madre: Intel G41 Express
Color del producto: Negro
Controlador LAN: Realtek RTL8111E
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 200 x 242 x 73 mm
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) cantidad de puertos: 2
Familia de procesador: Intel
Fuente de alimentación: 90 W
Graphics chipset: Intel
Interfaz de unidad de almacenamiento: Serial ATA II
Memoria interna máxima: 8 GB
Micrófono, jack de entrada: Si
Número de conectores SATA: 2
Número de procesadores instalados: 1
Número de puertos HDMI: 1
Número de ranuras de memoria: 2
Número de unidades de almacenamiento compatibles: 2
Puerto DVI: Si
Ranuras x1 PCI Express: 1
Salidas para auriculares: 2
Sistema de audio: High Definition Audio
Socket de procesador: Socket T (LGA 775)
Tamaño de disco duro: 2.5"
Tipo de chasis: Escritorio
Tipo de producto: Mini PC barebone
Tipo de ranuras de memoria: DIMM
Velocidades de reloj de memoria soportadas: 800,1066 MHz
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1) Size - very compact.
2) Noise - you can't hear it at all. It has two small *very* quiet fans.
3) Two ethernet ports. I needed this. If you need just one, as most people, XH61 is probably a better choice at similar price, as it supports faster Sandy Bridge CPUs (though still limited to 65W) that use socket 1155. This box uses socket 775.
1) Only 65W CPUs.
2) The CPU runs somewhat hot. I installed Linux on it and used lm_sensors to check the temperature. I use dual-core E6750, which is considered a pretty cold CPU, installed with Arctic MX-4 thermal paste). At idle, CPU temperature is around 46 C. After several minutes running a CPU torture Mersenne prime, temperature reaches 84 C. That's a little high, but for most activities it won't get nearly that hot.
3) The included thermal paste is not the best one - it does not spread easily. I used that one at first, then replaced it with MX-4, and CPU is colder 1-2 C at idle than it used to be, though the maximum temperature under the cpu torture test is still the same (84 C).
4) The cooling heat sink is so-so, they could have made a much better one (e.g. bigger, heavier one) that would still fit in the case. Its somewhat difficult to take out/install as the rim of the case that holds the cover is right over the edge of it. In addition, the push pins are really filmsy. Be careful, my impression was that they can easily break, and in that case you probably ruined the whole box, as the stock cooler cannot fit into this case.
Overall, despite these negative points, I still like the box, as it's compact, quiet, and does its job perfectly.
Update (Apr 1, 2012):
After finding on Intel site that max temp for this CPU is 72 C, I decided to install a different cooler, Scythe Kozuti SCKZT-1000 CPU Cooler (which barely fits, but it fits), and this has been a big improvement over the included cooler in the box. The temperature dropped 10 degrees C or so. In addition, I drilled some holes on the top cover about the same size as the holes in the sides, at every half-inch or so, and this has resulted in additional 3-4 C temperature drop. So right now the CPU temperature does not go over 70 C when subjected to Prime95/mprime torture test.
The conclusion is that Shuttle may have made this box much better by installing a better cooler, and by using a perforated plate for the top cover.
This PC tends to run high on the CPU core temps during boot up or running Window's updates, so I would not suggest this PC for a power user or someone that does video rendering, but if you want to run a HTPC (Home Theater PC), use Microsoft Office, surf the internet, watch DVD's, watch Hulu, Netflix, use Skype etc., then this is a nice PC.
I run XBMC for my home theater software and while watching hi-def video's the CPU temperature stays in the high 20/low 30 degree Celsius range, although on boot up and running Window's updates, the temperature normally jumps to the 60's and sometimes even the low 70's Celsius. If you run the PRIME CPU & RAM stress test, the CPU temps will reach the 75+ mark in about 3 minutes, but face it, if you are looking at an inexpensive PC like this, you are not expecting a PC that can be overclocked etc.
You are going to have to have some level of computer expertise if you purchase this barebone system-meaning you need to purchase and add the CPU (65W max), RAM (8G max, 2 sticks), hard drive and optical drive and will need to know how to install an operating system. One awesome thing about this barebones system is that it comes with CPU thermal paste and every type of screw you will need to complete the install, so you don't need to go hunting for anything special. This PC has an external power supply that provides 90 watts of power, so you cannot put in a CPU that uses more than 65 watts of power or you will have all kinds of issues. I had a spare E6600 which worked nicely. Oh, and you can adjust the brightness of the blue LED at the power button in the BIOS - a handy tip if you use this PC for a HTPC and the room is dark...you don't want a bright blue LED shining and being distracting, right?
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