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Shuttle XS35V2 Intel NM10 Intel GMA 3150 Black Mini / Booksize Barebone System

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  • Intel Atom D525 (1.8GHz, Dual-Core)
  • Intel GMA 3150
  • DDR3 800

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Learn more about the Shuttle Computer XS35V2



CPU Supported

CPU Type
Intel Atom D525 (1.8GHz, Dual-Core)


North Bridge
Intel NM10

Memory Supported

Memory Type Supported
DDR3 800
Max Memory Supported


Onboard Video
Intel GMA 3150


8 Channel


Max LAN Speed

Extension Bays

2.5" Internal Bays

Front Panel Ports

Card Reader

Back Panel Ports

1 x D-sub

Power Supply

Power Supply

Physical SPEC

9.9" x 6.4" x 1.5"
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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5 out of 5 eggsEasy to set up, fits the SFF bill

Pros: - A single screw allows access to the HDD, RAM, and ODD bays, which allow generally easy installation of said items.
- The fanless design allows you to build a completely silent system if you use a SSD.
- Accepts at least 4GB of memory.
- The base that it comes with is very heavy and sturdy.
- Looks cool.

Cons: Only thing I would change is that the screws used to attach the hard drive sled to the chassis are about as tiny as can be. Even with a slightly magnetic screwdriver, I had the worst time trying to get them in and tightened. There's no obvious reason why it couldn't have been designed with the same screw size as those used to mount the hard drive to the sled.

Other Thoughts: If you want a sleek-looking, silent SFF computer that's easy to work with, this is the one.

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  • Lee C.
  • 5/31/2013 10:29:53 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsworks great

Pros: Needed to replace an ancient fanless via800 print/file server for my network. 24/7 reliability, low power consumption, and the ability to reboot itself were at the top of my list. I bought this with 4gb ram and a 8gb usb drive. Initially it would not autoboot, but that was solved by a bios update, which I did using the program "rufus" to make a bootable freedos usb drive I installed puppy linux kernal and everything worked off the bat including wifi and the nic. I have a 1600x900 monitor and that was picked up also. For kicks I installed to a SD card to see if that would work and it worked perfectly. Eventually I installed windows 7 64bit on a ssd and that worked perfectly as well. I can even use it as my chrome cloud print server. I just leave this on all the time, touch the mouse and its ready to go.

Cons: dual monitors would be icing on the cake. my setup only worked using "ide" mode bios setting with my sata II ssd

Other Thoughts: puppy linux is a tiny distro that runs in memory so running this machine as a silent headless and HDD/SDD-less with just some ram and a USB drive is entirely do-able. I just added a couple USB Tbit external drives and a couple USB printers and I have a very nice media server, a place to automatically back-up files for all my other computers and allow the family to send print jobs to a color or laser printer. I can even cloud print from my android devicess and boot 2 different operating systems from 3 different boot media. waddyawant for 160 bux?

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  • Mark S.
  • 4/13/2013 2:32:50 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsI love this thing

Pros: Very small, very quiet, and decently fast for what it is. I bought this to build my son a Linux educational PC. It installed Ubuntu with no issues and it blazing fast since it came with a free SSD at the time. His PC now boots up faster than mine running the same OS even though I have a quad core AMD processor. Both systems are running 4GB of RAM but the SSD performance kills my SATA II OS drive that I have in my PC. It is great at what it is. After reading reviews you have to keep in mind, it isn't a powerhouse for multimedia conversion or any high processor intensive work. He can watch videos and music with no problem and it plays all the educational games I throw on it.

Cons: WiFi didn't work with Ubuntu. It wasn't even recognized. I didn't have the time to bother with getting it to work so I bought a $9 Asus USB wifi dongle which works perfectly.

Other Thoughts: I also bought the mounting bracket which I LOVE. I can now just pick up the PC and monitor in one fell swoop and place this thing where I need to. I just build him a floating desk for this to sit on and it looks great!

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  • Hoyt D.
  • 8/5/2012 10:27:58 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsVersitile

Pros: Small, quiet, easy to configure.

Cons: Only single-head display. The nVidia upgrade video card is a daughter card and disables the on-board Intel graphics card; dual-head would be nice.

Other Thoughts: I use these as terminals for QuickBooks Point Of Sale running WinXP as well as web servers and desktop workstations running Linux. Excellent for these uses.

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  • Gene G.
  • 5/31/2012 12:34:00 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsThe Only Consumer "No Moving Parts" x86 PC on Earth

Pros: I bought this bundled with 4 GB 1333 MHz memory, Crucial Force 60 GB SSD for $270, all in. It has no moving parts. Absolutely silent. The build quality is outstanding – all metal inside and out except for the front trim piece. Both RAM and SSD just slotted in. Windows 7 HP/64 installed in less than 20 min. Wireless connected on first attempt. Been running 24/7 legal torrenting ever since. 6 feet away from my bed with two external 2 TB HDD. Everything silent. No problem with the bios, drivers, etc. as all of these technology experts of reporting. Dollar for dollar, this is the sweetest little PC I have owned since my first TRS 80. I did not install a CD/DVD drive. No need – everything can be done with USB sticks.

Cons: The only con is that it took so long for this to drop down to $170. Prop in a SATA III (for new upgraded reliability – this only has SATA II connectors.) You know the size of a medium length hardcover novel? That is how big this is. I guess my only regret is for another $20 I could've got the same PC with digital video out connector (HDMI) instead of d-sub. Otherwise, the build quality on this little powerhouse will amaze you. And who is backing up their PCs with year warranty these days? Certainly not any of the competitors in this niche market. If you need a little PC to run completely quietly, use less power than a 20 W light bulb, and display applelike industrial design – this is it! Just don't stare at the white light power LED at just the wrong angle – it will burn your retina. I lay a very small black microfiber cloth over the corner of the case.

Other Thoughts: I can't believe some of the "expert" technology people who are complaining because they bricked it with a bootleg bios, fail to recognize is the only consumer device you can buy that has no internal fan or other moving parts unless you're willing to spend eight-$1200 for sandstorm rated mil-spec devices. No plastic snap in pieces – everything is fastened together with well machined parts such as screws. BTW, the specifications page here is erroneous. It will take a 4 GB DDR 3 memory stick and uses all with a 64-bit operating system. (NewEgg language filter maybe edit this awkwardly.)

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2 out of 5 eggsCould be great but..

Pros: Very small and simple to install needed components.

Cons: Wanted to boot up after power failure. Knew the bios that ships with it did not support this (for the life of me I do not understand why mother board manufactures will not just give the customer what they want, shuttle not alone here). Had read you could flash the bios with a "secret" version that shuttle doesn't keep posted. Got the secret version, flashed it, now the whole things lives in a trash can because it can not boot now.

Other Thoughts: Could be great except for stated Cons. I knew it was a risk so $200 gone. Sucks because we could use a whole bunch of these. ... On to another one.

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4 out of 5 eggsWorking Good-ish

Pros: Small, Semi-Fast, HD is good, Runs XBMC eden pretty well but I don't use the wifi

Cons: Has weird problems sometimes its a volume issue, sometimes its a network issue, the shielding isn't all that great either I have it next to a wireless headphone transmitter and it causes issues if its to close. It gets a little hot as well

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  • T. W.
  • 3/7/2012 7:43:12 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSo far, so good...

Pros: Silent as death, very compact, doesn't get very hot, easy to take apart and install components, low power consumption, well-ventilated. Streamed Netflix through it to my 60" Sony it played at 1080p beautifully via a Clearwire USB WIFI device. I was astounded. Slight breakup and a few lines at times, but overall it far exceeded my expectations.

Cons: Silent as death (LOL - I can hear myself breathe), no HDMI, power button pushes in harder than it should, HDD activity light is very bright and blinks too much, no USB 3.0. If you don't install an internal CD drive or second HDD, the unit is slightly rear-heavy and tips backwards and wobbles when pressing the power button. I think the thick VGA cable pulling on the back was the issue. Not a super-stable base, in any case. Perhaps not very cat-friendly (I can picture a cat wanting to brush up against it), especially since the case is full of holes and it would grab/hold the hair.

Other Thoughts: Installed WinXP Pro w/SP3 in a breeze, No freezes or BSoD, no problems at all. I'm building this one to replace the one I built for my mom in 2002 (which is still running fine, BTW - just time to downsize the parts and get better style) and I wanted to put it through the wringer to see what it could do. I loaded/edited a huge Photoshop .PSD while running a game, playing a YouTube clip, playing a DVD, looping some MP3s in Media Player while copying 32GB of files from the D partition to a flashdrive, etc, and this little beast was impressive. 4GB of Corsair, Seagate Momentus XT 750GB hybrid, Silverstone 8X CD/DVD-RW SOD02B (slot design).

Supplied drivers installed perfectly the first time. I'm using a USB WIFI device that works fine, so I'm not sure how the Ehternet problems that others have mentioned.

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  • Murat A.
  • 2/16/2012 3:57:48 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsDon't buy it

Pros: Intel D525 Dual core (1.8 Ghz) only 13 watts TDP.
Fanless cooling, therefore quiet system
I checked the whole system's power usage, on idle (downloading - under 20% cpu load) it's about 14 Watts.

Cons: Network not stable. JMicron microcontroller this unit has is full of problems. If you install XP, it'll give you BSoD due to driver issues. I said ok these are new devices they don't support XP very well. Install Win 7, disable SD Card Reader, LAN still fails under load. This unit has a JMicron JMC251 controller that has SD Card Reader and LAN both in one chip. Sounds good and power efficient, but I have yet to make it work properly yet.

Other Thoughts: I'll probably return this and stick to something that I know very well even though I don't like it. Realtek integrated solutions for LAN, WLAN, sound etc. Even though I always prefer broadcom for WLAN solutions they are expensive and are not considered for book size units.

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  • Seth R.
  • 2/10/2012 10:00:38 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat thin client

Pros: I wanted a cheap, low power consuming, thin client that supported high video resolutions. This baby gives me that and more. All I needed to add was some memory and a spare thumb drive I had lying around, though linux on it, and I was all set for much much less than the cost of an assembled shuttle or any of the other small systems that I could find.

Cons: None that I have discovered so far. I might wish that I could mount it behind the monitor in some kind of VESA mount-through arrangement, but that is minor.

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