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Shuttle SH67H3 Intel Core i7 / i5 / i3 (LGA1155) Intel Socket H2(LGA1155) Intel H67 Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000 integrated in the processor 1 x HDMI XPC Barebone

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  • Intel Core i7 / i5 / i3 (LGA1155) Intel Socket H2(LGA1155)
  • Intel H67
  • 4 x 240Pin DIMM DDR3-1066/1333 SDRAM memory (PC3-8500/10600)
  • Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000 integrated in the processor

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  • Overview
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The Shuttle XPC Barebones SH67H3 was designed for Intel's latest "Sandy Bridge" platform to handle more intensive tasks than before. It is based on the Intel H67 chipset and ready for LGA1155 processors of the Intel Core i7 / i5 / i3 series with integrated graphics (up to 95 W TDP). Despite its compact dimensions, the SH67H3 still provides room for an additional PCI-Express dual-slot graphics card, four DDR3 memory slots and two 3.5" HDDs. Multi-display is also possible thanks to the HDMI and DVI connections. The SH67H3 also comes with an array of cutting-edge ports including 2x SATA 6Gb/s, 4x USB 3.0, 2x eSATA, along with Gigabit LAN and 8-channel audio with S/PDIF out. With a high efficiency 300W power supply and effective Heatpipe cooling system, the SH67H3 stays well-cooled even under the toughest conditions. This Mini-PC is sleek, stylish, compact and high performing - a status symbol to sit on your desk!



  • newegg Supports Intel 32nm Sandy Bridge Processors The Intel microarchitecture codename Sandy Bridge is an incredible leap in processor integration and manufacturing introduced in the 2nd generation Intel Core processor family. Manufactured entirely on Intel 32nm process technology, Sandy Bridge unifies processor cores, memory controller, last-level cache (LLC), and graphics and media processing. Such tight integration enables a host of performance and efficiency improvements, including fast access by cores and graphics to shared data in the last-level cache to accelerate graphics processing, fewer buses over which data and signaling must travel for faster processing, and more memory bandwidth for the cores to boost system performance.
  • newegg 4x USB 3.0 & 2x SATA 6Gb/s The USB 3.0 connectors of the SH67H3 allow for data transfer of up to 5 Gbit/s. This enables external devices such as USB hard disks to be connected and run at nearly the same speed as their internal siblings. USB 3.0 is downward compatible so that also devices of previous USB generations can be hooked up. With SATA 6Gb/s ports, internal high performance drives such as SSDs can use their full potential and thus run significantly faster.
  • newegg 8-channel HD Audio plus S/PDIF Output The superior high-definition sound not only gives that perfect cinema feeling at home, it also offers optimal sound quality for your Skype VOIP telephone conferencing. Conveniently located ports ensure ultimate user friendliness. SPDIF allows the transmission of audio signals in digital quality. The sound of films, music and games is sent to the terminal via fibre-optic or coax cable without any data loss.
  • newegg Supports Dual-Slot Graphics Cards and Two Hard Disks Despite the small housing, the SH67H3 is capable of running dual-slot (double-height) PCI Express graphics cards. Furthermore, you can install one optical drive and up to two hard disks into the SH67H3.
  • newegg Small, but Easy to Install Shuttle XPCs offer the performance of a desktop PC at a third of the size while using standard desktop components. Shuttle keeps the concept of being "futureproof" in mind when designing the H3 chassis. The meticulously designed internal layout features pre-routed cables to reduce clutter, increase airflow and make the installation of components easy.
  • newegg Optimal Cooling Shuttle's industry-leading I.C.E. heatpipe technology delivers efficient cooling and is exceptionally quiet. Warm air is transported out of the chassis by means of cleverly arranged components, which enables a large number of parts to be cooled simultaneously in the air flow. At no time can heat build up and adversely affect the stability of the system.

Learn more about the Shuttle Computer SH67H3



CPU Supported

CPU Type
Intel Core i7 / i5 / i3 (LGA1155)
CPU Socket
Intel Socket H2(LGA1155)


North Bridge
Intel H67

Memory Supported

Memory slot
4 x 240Pin DIMM
Memory Type Supported
DDR3-1066/1333 SDRAM memory (PC3-8500/10600)
Max Memory Supported

Expansion Slots

PCI Express 2.0 x16
1 x PCI Express 2.0 x16 (PEG, for graphics cards only)
PCI Express
1 x PCI Express x1
1 x Mini PCI Express 2.0 x1 (for the optional WLAN module)


Serial ATA
2 x SATA 3.0Gb/s + 2 x SATA 6.0Gb/s
RAID 0/1/5/10/JBOD


Onboard Video
Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000 integrated in the processor




First LAN
Realtek 8111E(10/100/1000Mbps)
Max LAN Speed

Extension Bays

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

Front Panel Ports

Front USB
2 x USB 3.0
Front e-SATA Ports
eSATA 3Gb/s + USB 2.0 Combo
Front Audio Ports
2 jacks

Back Panel Ports

1 x HDMI
1 x DVI
Rear USB
6 (4 x USB 2.0 + 2 x USB 3.0)
Rear e-SATA Ports
Rear Audio Ports
5 jacks

Power Supply

Power Supply
300 Watt power supply (80 PLUS Bronze)

Physical SPEC

12.72" x 8.19" x 7.72"
7.94 lbs.


The H3 chassis design: a clean and modern look

Small, but easy to install

Supports Intel 32nm Sandy Bridge Processors

Single-Chip Chipset: Intel H67 Express

Integrated Cooling Engine (I.C.E.)

Solid Capacitor

SATA 3.0 with up to 6 Gbit/s speed

4 x USB 3.0

Supports Dual-Slot Graphics Card

Supports one optical drive and two hard disks

Built-in Intel HD Graphics Engine

Dual View Technology with HDMI and DVI (or VGA)

HD Audio capabilities

80 PLUS BRONZE certified Power Supply

Supports power-on after power-loss. (Bios versions 1.05 and 1.06)
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • LEE F.
  • 4/3/2014 1:41:09 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDON'T MUY SHUTTLE




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  • Randy T.
  • 3/20/2014 8:38:46 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsPut RAM in slot 1 and 3 Red Slots

Pros: Seems ok now once I figured out RAM population instructions were incorrect. I am replacing some 10 year old Shuttle mini systems, hope these last as long.

Cons: Put the system together and it wouldn't POST. I build a lot of different systems so it's a good thing when a build does not POST because I have known good parts around to troubleshoot. So in this case it took 2 hours instead of 20 minutes. When the system would not POST I started the usual take it back down, reseat the RAM, reseat the CPU etc. Then I started switching parts same results NO POST. Double checked all components for compatibility, scoured the Shuttle website for information etc. As a last resort I tried putting the RAM modules in the Red slots 1 and 3 instead of the Yellow slots 2 and 4 like the Quick Start, Website, and FAQ tell you to do at Shuttle website. System went through POST and is now up and running.

Other Thoughts: This system has been out for a while, it's frustrating that nobody has mentioned this problem. Further thought leads me to think the build reviews that were successful were installing 4 RAM modules instead of just 2.

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  • Ron C.
  • 3/12/2014 7:19:06 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsThis thing rocks!

Pros: I have had this for two years. It has been one of the most reliable electronics purchases I have made. It has been rock solid as a gaming machine and also when repurposed to run vmware esxi with multiple virtual machines running 24/7. A lot of people underestimate the power supply and upgrade it. Running the factory 300watt power supply I am running an i5 2500k, 16gb ram, radeon 260x, 1x ssd, 1x hdd and 1x dvd burner.

Cons: The obvious downside is limited room for extra hardware. You expect this when purchasing a small form factor machine. I would say this takes advantage of the space much better than many other SFF devices (full height pci vs half height, can fit long video cards, etc) but it is impossible to add another pcie network adapter with a large video card installed.

Other Thoughts: This would be great for someone who wants a SFF desktop machine that doesnt sacrifice the performance and features of a full size desktop. Excellent for small working spaces or portability for taking it to LAN parties etc.

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  • Kyle S.
  • 2/22/2014 8:59:42 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Going from a huge full tower case to this, I was nervous that I would have a hard time installing components into this tiny machine. Fortunately, this wasn't the case (no pun intended) and this was an extremely easy build. Cable management is very good, and this machine looks very nice both inside and out.

Cons: My primary gripe with this box involves the static from the front mic input. I see that I'm not the only one with this issue. This machine is also louder than I thought it would be (not a deal-breaker, of course, but annoying).

Other Thoughts: This is a very nice little machine if you're looking for something small. I'm running Arch Linux on this thing and it works great.

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/10/2014 9:30:53 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsShuttle -- A Sweet Bookshelf Computer

Pros: Great bookshelf computer. Well built, everything fits. Motherboard is very well built. Has adequate space for additional cards and DVD drive.

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: Note, this IS a barebones system and you DO have to purchase a processor and memory. It comes like it has a processor in it, but you do have to purchase one. It IS really sweet!

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  • Anonymous
  • 1/29/2014 1:42:46 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat little desktop

Pros: This is a great machine; small and compact with a built-in graphics. I would suggest only getting the CPUs that are recommended for this desktop. At the company I work for we are currently upgrading all of our desktops and the Shuttle is the standard we are using.

Cons: The only problem we have encountered with the Shuttle is the type and size of RAM installed. We tried (2) sticks of 8gb PNY RAM and the CPU crashed on multiple occurrences. We have since switched to sticks of 4gb PNY RAM and have not had an issues since.

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  • Allen H.
  • 1/6/2014 6:25:57 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsWould not recommend

Pros: There might have been some if I could ever get it working

Cons: I've been through 2 of the barebones kits now, both DOA just like other reviews. Shuttle support is basically non-existent. Looking at Newegg to help make this one right...

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  • Vincent R.
  • 11/5/2013 4:56:40 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsExtremely Dissapointed

Pros: 1) Provides countless hours of migraines
2) I know what company I will not be purchasing from in the future
3) I know what computer retailer I will not be purchasing from in the future

Cons: 1) Motherboard doesnt work (same issues after RMA)
2) Front panel USBs dont work
3) Newegg doesnt guarantee compatibility

Other Thoughts: I had high hopes for Shuttle, and used to be a big fan of Newegg. I have a friend who had a Shuttle years ago and loved it, and I had always had good experiences with Newegg.
I built this computer for my father: i5 processor, and did a bundle from Newegg which was a combo barebones (Shuttle), Muskin RAM, and HD (Seagate). Everything came in an orderly fashion and went together as it typically does. Uncontrolable by Newegg or Shuttle my father's sister passed away and he was gone for two weeks, and the computer and my dad not bothering me with any issues, was experiencing issues with Windows 7 locking up at the loading screen when booting the computer. This was an intermitent (and still is) when booting Windows. I found out about this issues after 30 days and contacted Newegg and was instructed to contact the manufacturers.
Checked the RAM; good.
Did a clean install of Windows.
I figured I had a bad harddrive. RMA'd the HD after Seagate's SeaTools for DOS wouldnt even function properly and they authorized the RMA (I paid shipping). Same problem.
Figured it was a bad motherboard. Called Shuttle, was told by Shuttle Customer Support the RAM I had was not good and to buy RAM off their "recommended list". Ok, whatever, called Newegg and asked about how Newegg does their "Combos". Was by the manager "Newegg doesnt guarentee compatability with combos, its just whatever we have on hand." So in theory, you can buy a combo, with an Intel board, but the AMD cpu and its 100% the customers fault. Went to a reputable computer store and bought RAM off Shuttles "recommended list."
Same issue. Flashed the BIOS for the mobo and eventually RMA'd it back to shuttle (paid shipping again). Recieved the mobo and reinstalled it, along with a new installation of Windows 7. Same issue. Flashed the BIOS again; same issues. And by the way, when you RMA with Shuttle, you HAVE to send them a fax ASKING them to remove your credit card from their files. Seriously?!
In my research Ive seen that people report problems with the DIMM 3 slot, and I have a very good feeling the mobo fried a new stick on RAM In the DIMM 3 slot because most recenetly, when trying to reformat, the installation kept getting stuck on installation and giving a memory error. I even tried to install windows using my own Windows CD to see if there was something wrong with the Windows CD I was using for the Shuttle. And I even tried an external CD drive in case the one I had was bad.
I believe there is an actual issue with the way the onboard video interfaces with either the CPU or something that causes this same issue to happen regardless of what components I've changed/replaced. It consistently happens on the loading Windows screen on boot where it freezes. I couldnt buy a video card to see if that mitigates these issues but Ive spent days, if not weeks, of my time on all the RMAing, reformatting, researching, and file transfering and all that I want is for it to function in a reliable manner.

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  • Andy G.
  • 10/23/2013 1:13:25 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsafter getting to know this machine

Pros: compact, easy to build

Cons: issues with parts, low power supply 300w, expensive power supply upgrades, intolerable static from audio ports

Other Thoughts: I got this barebone because I thought it would be easy to configure and install, and it was. However, after getting used to this machine, I wanted to upgrade some parts such as getting a dedicated graphics card. However, the 300W that it comes with is very low for many graphics cards and I need to get a 500W power supply manufactured from shuttle. The lowest price for this from a 3rd party distributor which is $79.99 without shipping, while most other 500W power supplies run from $20(the cheap ones) to $50( the more expensive ones.)

Another issues I have with my shuttle are the audio ports. The front and back audio ports have static and noise. The front has more noise than the back, but both intolerable. The static also affects the microphone jack. The audio ports are my main problem and making me very frustrated. I dont use any wireless devices, and keep the machine clean.

For this price, I would rather spend the time getting the suitable case, power supply, and motherboard on my own.
I am pretty disappointed.

I am being generous with 2 stars

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5 out of 5 eggsGreat Product

Pros: Small. Perfect for a desktop that's actually on a desktop. Runs well with an i3-3220 Ivy Bridge CPU and 4GB of RAM running Windows 7 Pro 64-bit. Heat pipe system works well, exhaust fan air temperature is barely warm.

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: This is the second Shuttle build I've made, the last one six years ago and still running great. As with the last one, this one was simple and very quick. I agree with some who have said that the pre-wired SATA cable is a bit short if you use it for the drive mounted in the lowest bay. I instead used it for the DVD in the top bay and the length was satisfactory. Once assembled, it started perfectly and I installed Windows 7 Pro 64-bit without a hitch. The included driver CD loaded all drivers successfully.

Some things to remember: no com port, no parallel port. Both can be ordered from Shuttle, although they are becoming harder and harder to find. USB adapters are probably the better way to go.

I would recommend this to anyone looking for a compact PC.

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