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Shuttle SP45H7 Intel Core 2 Quad / Core 2 Duo / Celeron 400 Intel Socket T(LGA775) Intel P45 none Barebone

  • Intel Core 2 Quad / Core 2 Duo / Celeron 400 Intel Socket T(LGA775)
  • Intel P45 ICH10
  • 4 x 240Pin DIMM DDR2 800/667
  • none
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Designed for performance, the Shuttle SP45H7 Mini-PC offers a solid barebone foundation for those wanting to build a high-performance computer. It accommodates the current range of fast Intel Core 2, Pentium and Celeron processors in two- or four-core configurations and up to 8 GB of DDR2-800 memory can be installed. The black aluminum chassis can mount a single 5.25" and a pair of 3.5" SATA 2 drives with two being accessible through stealthed drive doors. Options within the BIOS enable excellent control over CPU frequency and voltage settings.

A 300 Watt miniature power supply, with 80 PLUS certification for energy savings, stands ready to power any components and the Shuttle Integrated Cooling Engine (ICE) will keep your processor cool with advanced heatpipe technology and a silent 92mm fan. The PCI-Express v2.0 slot will handle double-width graphic cards and the 32-bit PCI slot offers further expansion possibilities.

Built-in 8-channel high definition audio enables incredible sound with plug-and-play ease. Gigabit-LAN supports Wake-on-LAN and other protocols while the multiple USB, Firewire and eSATA ports offer maximum flexibility. Whether you're building a gaming rig or a powerful workstation, the diminutive SP45H7 is the start of something big.

  • newegg Intel P45 Express Chipset for Intel LGA 775 CPU Based on the Intel P45 Express chipset, the Shuttle XPC Prima SP45H7's motherboard supports Intel LGA 775 (Socket T) processors including the Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Duo and Celeron 400 series processors.
  • newegg PCI Express 2.0 Interface The PCI-Express 2.0 interface provides twice the bandwidth of PCI-Express X16 to handle the data load of next-generation graphics cards while retaining compatibility with current PCI-Express cards.
  • newegg Gigabit Ethernet Connectivity The Shuttle XPC Prima SP45H7 features a fast Gigabit network interface for high-speed LAN connections at up to 1000Mb/s data transfer rates. Gigabit LAN is ideal for supercharged seamless streaming of Internet audio and video content.
  • newegg IEEE 1394a Support IEEE 1394 is a widely used standard of interface between personal computers and digital AV equipment. Easily connect digital devices such as a digital camcorder to the IEEE 1394a port on the Shuttle XPC Prima SP45H7 for up to 400Mbps data transfer speeds!
  • newegg Built-in 80 PLUS Certified 300W PSU The Shuttle XPC Prima SP45H7 is equipped with an 80 PLUS certified 300W power supply unit that delivers strong power to all system components and provides a high level of system reliability.

Learn more about the Shuttle Computer SP45H7

General

Brand
Shuttle
Model
SP45H7
Color
Black

CPU Supported

CPU Type
Intel Core 2 Quad / Core 2 Duo / Celeron 400
CPU Socket
Intel Socket T(LGA775)
FSB
800/1066/1333/1600MHz

Chipset

North Bridge
Intel P45
South Bridge
ICH10

Memory Supported

Memory slot
4 x 240Pin
Memory Type Supported
DDR2 800/667
Max Memory Supported
16GB
Dual Channel Memory Supported
Yes

Expansion Slots

PCI Express 2.0 x16
1
PCI
1

Storage

IDE ATA
1 x ATA 133
Serial ATA
3 x SATA 3.0Gb/s

Graphics

Onboard Video
none

Audio

Onboard Audio
Realtek ALC888
Channel
8-CH

Communications

First LAN
Marvell 88E8056(10/100/1000Mbps)
Max LAN Speed
10/100/1000Mbps

Extension Bays

3.5" Internal bays
1
3.5" External bays
1
5.25" External bays
1

Front Panel Ports

Front USB
2
Front Audio Ports
2 jacks

Back Panel Ports

Rear USB
4
Rear IEEE 1394
1
Rear e-SATA Ports
2
RJ45
1
Rear S/PDIF Out
Yes
Rear Audio Ports
5 jacks

Power Supply

Power Supply
300W

Physical SPEC

Dimensions
12.8" x 8.19" x 7.44"

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  • Wade S.
  • 9/2/2009 12:16:29 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLove it :D

Pros: Fast. Quiet.
Intel Yorkfield 4 core, 8gb ram, 500gb hd *2. Just love the thing :D

Cons: The tray that holds the cd and hd's. didnt and doesnt fit properly. It causes the cd door to constantly come open if the pc is even slightly nudged. Its a real pain.

Other Thoughts: It runs better with the case on than off. I was swapping out drives and the amount of heat was pretty amazing. The temps though seem to go down with the case on. Possibly do to air flow.

Im building five more for clients now :D

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  • Troy B.
  • 7/2/2009 6:34:34 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsHigh Quality

Pros: I upgraded to this from the P2 chassis (SD39P2) and I like it much better. It is a high quality product. There are a lot of overclocking options and ability to change voltages on CPU, FSB, NB etc. My old high VID B3 Q6600 still bottlenecks the FSB to ~1333 so I am going to upgrade CPU to a Q9650 which I hope to run at about 3.6 (400FSB). The cooler is slightly more efficient than the SD39P2 (maybe 5c cooler), same 4-heat pipe/fan scheme, but the thermal design on this one seems far superior, chassis stays nice and cool at full load and cool air is available for graphics card intake with card on left side of machine and it is noticeably quieter than SD39P2 at full load. I like the smaller size compared to P2 better, and it is easier to work on also.

Cons: The ICE heatsink is not flat and should be lapped. I coarse lapped with 320 grit and finished with 600. The power supply is underdesigned, it should be >=400W instead of 300W. My optical drive eject button (very old drive) did not line up with the external eject button control at all, good excuse to send for a new drive anyway and retire the relic.

Other Thoughts: My SD39P2 mobo died after 2 years of 24x7 Folding@Home action with my trusty Q6600, I think the VRM/MOSFET went out. Shuttle wanted $250 to replace mobo so I just bought the SP45H7 for a few dollars more on sale. I may not fold on this new one since I want it to last for many years and folding is a major stress on the power supply/regulator and CPU. I am able to run 8G G.Skill DDR 1066 at slightly less than full speed (DDR 1010 or so), timings 5,5,5,15. Was delivered overnight, very happy with order turn-around speed. Was not packaged in an enclosing box but that is OK.

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  • Anonymous
  • 6/3/2009 7:24:31 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsAnother great Shuttle box

Pros: You can't beat Shuttle when it comes to mini-PC/SFF. I may have been lucky with Shuttle boxes but they've always worked right out of the box. I like this ICE system much more than the one used in the P2 series. It makes sense to me that the hot air is blown toward the back. I also think that one fan is better than two when you want to limit noise. Temperatures in the box seems under control. CPU temps at idle barely reach 40C. Also, I was able to fit a GTX 275 without any problem. Very pleased with this purchase overall.

Cons: The one cons with this box is the PSU. It seems that people at Shuttle noticed that video cards are quite big nowadays while they didn't notice that they also need more power. I don't see the point of moving the PCI-E slot away from the edge to allow double slots card to fit in when you put a 300W PSU in the box. And it's not like they don't have a 500W PSU handy (see sx58h7).

Other Thoughts: Shuttle SP45H7 - Intel Q9550S - EVGA GTX 275 - Samsung SSD 64GB - G.Skill PC6400 2x2GB - WD Velociraptor 300GB - Samsung external DVD - Thermaltake Power Express 250W 5.25" PSU

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  • Michael B.
  • 3/13/2009 6:05:25 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat SFF system

Pros: This is easier to build than other Shuttle systems I have built in the past. All of the cables are pre-routed, making it easy to install the drives. I was worried that installing my 8800GTS video card would be troublesome, but it popped right into place. This system runs quieter and cooler than my previous system, which was housed in an Antec Sonata case. Overall I am very happy with this system, and would recommend it to anyone looking for a small form factor system that still has great performance.

Cons: Using a double-width video card blocks the only PCI slot, so I was forced to use the onboard audio, which so far has been a solid performer. The front bezel has some plastic areas that seem a little more flimsy than I would like. It is pricer than a comparable full-size system, but hey - you are paying for the small form factor, and in my case, it is worth the money.

Other Thoughts: I would recommend this this to anyone interested in building a good performing gaming system that fits almost anywhere and does not sound like a jet engine.

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/16/2009 12:58:08 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWorks Perfectly

Pros: Small; quiet; runs cool; H7 chassis is a good evolution from the G5 chassis; has three SATA connectors which allows for utilization of maximimum internal expansion bays; accepts double-wide graphics cards; firewire (it has been disappearing of late and I for one need it to stay); four DIMM slots for lots of RAM capacity.

Cons: Would prefer the northbridge chip had a larger passive heatsink rather than the smaller one with the fan; the SATA ports or connectors could be bent or broken by a builder inexperienced with XPC's due to the location of the ports; while it accepts double-wide graphics cards, length could be a problem for some cards (my 8800GTS fits perfectly but anything longer is pushing it); it would be better if the PSU was a 400W or-higher model as it the 300W PSU is pushing the limits with a loaded build.

Other Thoughts: I transferred my hardware (all of it) from a mid-tower chassis into this XPC and it worked perfectly right off the first boot; CPU/GPU/HDD temps are no different in this than they were in my mid-tower (and I used a big Zalman 9700NT cooler in the mid-tower); I initially had concerns about GPU cooling for a double-wide graphics card with the GPU's fan so close to the side of the case but it seems to be a non-issue.

Installed gear: Core2Quad Q9300, Raptor X 150GB, Seagate 500GB, Pioneer Blu-Ray SATA, 8GB (4 x 2GB) Corsair XMS2 PC2-6400C5, GeForce 8800GTS 512MB.

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  • Steve K.
  • 12/2/2008 12:16:35 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsShuttle wins me again

Pros: Setup was easy, quick guide was easy to understand, and had it up and running in a couple of hours (I take my time). The system is fairly quiet. I haven't noticed any hiccups and will be installing the rest of the apps/games tonight. I had no problems installing the 300GB Velociraptor and MSI Radeon 4850 video card. I still had about 2-4 inches of space for the card (length-wise). The new H7 chassis makes that possible.

Cons: None so far except the top of the front plastic plate can bend down easily if you push down from the top - very flimsy.

Other Thoughts: The fan wire next to the rear fan can be troublesome when installing the video card. The PCI slot will obviously be taken up by the later generation video cards.

This is my 4th Shuttle system I've configured, 1st Shuttle for myself; I say I'm very pleased with the system. I will probably get a Zalman cooler for the video card to make the system even more quiet.

Setup: Q6600, OCZ 4GB, 300GB Velociraptor, MSI 4850, burner

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