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Shuttle SH87R6 Intel 4th Generation Core i3/i5/i7 Intel Socket LGA1150 Intel H87 1 x HDMI Barebone

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  • Intel 4th Generation Core i3/i5/i7 Intel Socket LGA1150
  • Intel H87
  • 4 x 240Pin DIMM DDR3 1600/1333

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Shuttle SH87R6 Intel 4th Generation Core i3/i5/i7 Intel Socket LGA1150 Intel H87 1 x HDMI Barebones



A New Shocking Experience for Entertainment
The Shuttle SH87R6 is official debut with new R6 chassis design. Equipped with the latest Intel® H87 express chipset supports the Intel® Haswell processor, the latest fourth-generation Core™ 3/i5/i7 processor, integrating new Intel® HD Graphics core (Note), support 7.1-channel audio output, designed for high-definition video entertainment. For expansion, it features with one PCI-Ex16 and one PCI-Ex1 slot, Mini-PCIe slot, multiple USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports, SATA 6Gbps interface and supports expansion slots of two 3.5" drives and one 5.25" drive. The SH87R6 is equipped with Shuttle exclusive I.C.E.2 heat pipe technology and a 300W with 80 Plus Bronze certified power supply that features high stability for long-term operation and energy saving.
*Processor integrated graphic core performance with different models, and its performance may also different.


Intel® Haswell 22nm Processors
The next-generation Intel Haswell processor, using 22nm process, built-in memory controller that supports dual-channel DDR3 1600 MHz DIMM with maximum capacity up to 32GB; support PCI-Express x16 Gen.3.0 and integrate new Intel® HD Graphics core compatible with DirectX 11.1 instructions that is significantly improved CPU or GPU performance.

The New R6 Chassis Design
With the new R6 chassis design, the SH87R6 come in brushed-finish (hair-line finish) black cases. The front panel provides USB2.0 and USB 3.0 ports, 3.5mm audio/microphone input.


Support Dual Slot Graphic Card
Although the compact housing design, the SH87R6 is capable of running dual-slot graphic cards. Also provided are one PCI-E x16 and one PCI-E x1 slot in which a single -slot graphics card and an expansion card can both be added, or one dual-slot high-end graphics card can be added for customized 3D graphics performance or other expansion functions.


Supports Two Mini Card Slots
Shuttle SH87R6 features two Mini-PCIe slots. One is a half-size slot supporting a Wi-Fi card. In addition, there is another full-size slot supporting mSATA SSD card to provide more flexible storage options.


Integrated Cooling Engine Technology (I.C.E.)
Allowing XPC to remain under a stable, cool, concise and silent condition, the Shuttle I.C.E heat pipe Technology uses convention cooling to dissipate heat away from and around the CPU. With all the same basic concepts and designs, the I.C.E. copper tubes coated in nickel enhances tube hardness and rust-proof protection are filled with distilled water, effectively channels heat away, providing high efficiency processor and chassis cooling.


Intel® H87 Express Chipset
The SH87R6 is equipped with the new LGA1150 socket* supporting the Intel® Haswell processor, the latest fourth-generation Core™ i3/i5/i7 processor, supporting Gigabit LAN and SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.0 high-speed storage interface, providing the best data transfer efficiency.
*The LGA1150 socket is not compatible with the pin-out (eg LGA1155) of Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge processors.


HDMI+DVI-I Video Output
The HDMI and DVI-I output interfaces, with the fourth-generation Core™ i3 / i5 / i7 processor, built-in Intel® HD Graphics core, provide on rear panels support two independent displays and built-in 7.1-channel audio, offering users 1080P / Full-HD high-definition video and entertainment enjoyment.


SATA 6Gbps Storage Interface
The Intel® H87 chipsets fully support the SATA 6Gbps high-speed storage interface. The SH87R6 is equipped with four SATA 6Gbps slots, supporting Intel® Rapid Storage Technology, and RAID 0/1/5 disk array operation mode, data access rates can be accelerated or data can be protected when the hard drive fails.


Quick Charge USB Port
The Shuttle Smart USB Port is a USB port which allows fast power charging when a smart phone or tablet PC plug-in is detected. It is designed to feed power up to 5V/2A (varies with different smart devices) no matter when the system power is on or off.
*2A only available for Window XP and Window 7 O.S. The normal charge 500mA applies to other mobile devices and Linux O.S.


80 PLUS Bronze Certified 300W Power Supply
Shuttle SH87R6 is equipped with a 300W power supply of guaranteed by 80 PLUS Bronze certification that features high efficiency and energy saving. In addition, the power supply uses a 50mm cooling fan providing the same airflow, but spins slower than previous 40mm models to make the system run even more quietly.


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CPU Supported

CPU Type
Intel 4th Generation Core i3/i5/i7
CPU Socket
Intel Socket LGA1150


North Bridge
Intel H87

Memory Supported

Memory slot
4 x 240Pin DIMM
Memory Type Supported
DDR3 1600/1333
Max Memory Supported
Dual Channel Memory Supported

Expansion Slots

PCI Express
1 x PCI Express x16 + 1 x PCI Express x1
1 x Mini-PCIE (long) socket
1 x Mini-PCIE (Short) socket


Serial ATA
4 x SATA 6.0Gb/s


Onboard Audio
Realtek ALC892


First LAN
Realtek 8111G
Max LAN Speed

Extension Bays

3.5" Internal bays
5.25" External bays

Front Panel Ports

Front USB
1 x USB 2.0
1 x USB 2.0 with mobile charger
2 x USB 3.0
Front Audio Ports
2 jacks
Other Front Ports
1 x Power button
1 x HDD Led
1 x Power Led

Back Panel Ports

1 x HDMI
1 x DVI
Rear USB
4 x USB 2.0
2 x USB 3.0
Rear Audio Ports
5 jacks
Other Rear Ports
1 x CMOS clear button
1 x eSATA port

Power Supply

100 - 240V AC
Power Supply
80 Plus 300W

Physical SPEC

13.07"(L) x 8.5"(W) x 7.8"(H)


A New Shocking Experience for Entertainment
Intel H87 Express Chipset
The New R6 Chassis Design
High Definition Multimedia Interface
Support Dual Slot Graphic Card
Support 2 x Mini Card Slots
Quick Charge USB Port
Integrated Cooling Engine Technology (I.C.E.)
80 PLUS BRONZE Certified 300W Power Supply


Package Contents
SHUTTLE SH87R6 Barebone
XPC Multi-Language quick guide
SATA cable X1
XPC DVD Driver Heat-sink compound
Power cord
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • Anthony M.
  • 3/9/2016 3:35:08 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Item. Up and running quick

Pros: I've built dozens of clone PCs from individually purchasec components over the past 20 years for both personal and business use. Shuttle makes that process extremely easy. Besides the Shuttle item, all you really need is a HDD and a CPU and RAM and you're ready to go. It takes about 10-15 minutes to completely assemble one of these to boot up (installing CPU, RAM, HDD), not including unboxing time. You can actually make a very powerful gaming PC out of one of these little guys if you use a beefy CPU and decent video card. Video card is not necessary, onboard graphics have been sufficient for all my needs of this item.

Cons: Really can't think of anything. Very well designed. Maybe you might need a bigger CPU fan if you got a super high power CPU, but you can't expect a huge fan to fit in this little guy. Included CPU fan has been enough fo me.

Other Thoughts: I've purchased 6 of these for my company. Made a video rendering farm in our server room and got a whole lot of horsepower out of 3 PCs for about $1000 each [CPU was more than the Shuttle].

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/12/2016 8:43:23 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsEasy build.

Pros: This was the easiest build I have completed so far. Works as advertised.(so far, 2 weeks in). I am happy with it and would recommend.
- Looks decent
- Easy build
- Comes with Thermal paste
- Comes with PSU
- Fairly roomy inside
- Cables are decently managed

Cons: All the Cons are minor, but here they are:
- Scratched face right out of the box
- Doesn't come with the 2.5" HDD "adapter" so you can only mount 3.5" HDD's
- Cooling fan on the CPU heat pipe is surprisingly loud
- Lacks a card reader (SD, MicroSD)

Other Thoughts: Build info:
1. Shuttle SH87R6
2. G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB, Model # F3-10666CL9D-16GBXL
3. i5-4590S
4. SAMSUNG 850 EVO 250GB, MZ-75E250B/AM

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5 out of 5 eggsShuttle SH87R6 XPC

Pros: Price (at the time I bought it).
Compact XPC size.
Shuttle ICE heatsink/fan (see Cons).
Motherboard has 4 DIMM slots, and additional USB2.0 headers.
Simple text/keyboard based UEFI BIOS.
Dual mini-PCI-Express slots (see Cons).
Dual-slot graphics card capable (see Cons).
Reasonably quiet except under full load (see Cons).
External facing 3.5-inch drvie bay ideal for a flash reader.
Case includes back panel punch-outs for up-to three Wifi antennas.
Latest (and very likely the last) BIOS version already installed.

Cons: These are mostly minor concerns, and I knew about all of them before I bought-in by doing proper research ahead of time. No eggs dropped from rating.

Proprietary PSU (replacements are always expensive).

Stock 92mm PWM fan is fine at idle but its low-bass hum under load not so much.

The Dual mini-PCIe slots are placed in a location where they might become very hot if a high-end dual-slot graphics card is installed. Also, the BIOS PDF guide indicates that the only configuration choices for both slots are either 'mPCIE' or 'mSATA not both concurrently. I will have to look into this carefully if I want to add an mSATA SSD because I definitely use the half-width mPCIe slot for Wifi. If it is a problem, then my other OS'es will be installed to a second 2.5-inch SSD instead.

6-pin vertical mounted PCIe graphics card power cables to a high-end graphics card might be impeded by the XPC chassis' internal drive cage and internal panels. I will have to cautious when choosing a graphics card upgrade.Placement of the pre-cabled and connected internal USB3.0 connector is not ideal. It sits at the back of the motherboard near the back panel. Should have been closer to the front panel to avoid cable clutter and use a short cable, or even along the PSU side of the motherboard if possible. Not a big deal, but cable clutter in a small XPC chassis is not ideal.

Other Thoughts: I wanted to build a mini-ITX workstation & gaming system, but the total cost for the quality components I wanted (case/motherboard/psu/cooler) was going to be a lot more expensive than this XPC was going to be.

I have owned eight XPC's since way-way back to the SN41G2 so I knew before ordering what I was getting into, and what to look for from a configuration standpoint.

I have always found value in the small XPC chassis size and ICE cooler.

Less-expensive small-form-factor PC's are easy to find but they would never have the expandability of a Shuttle XPC with the proper hardware layout. It does take a bit of research for buyers to make sure the components they choose will fit and work, but if done properly the results can be very satisfying.

I already had a Shuttle PC63J 500W PSU from a previous XPC on-hand, so the stock PSU 300W unit was not a problem for me. I swapped them and will keep the 300W around for backup purposes.

Special thanks go out to fellow reviewer 'RS' for the advice regarding the mini-PCIe layout and cabling limitations. I looked through newegg's listings but no cables long enough could be had, so I patiently researched and found an seller that provided me with a pair of 20-inch Mini-PCI U.FL/IPC to RP-SMA Antenna WiFi cables. The XPC's
back panel punch-out's needed to be filed a bit as they were not perfectly round, but they took very little effort to install. I picked up a Broadcom Mini-PCIe BCM94352HMB wifi-ac card (for both Windows and Hackinstosh compatibility). Hackintosh setup will come later if it test fine, and if not then Linux will be the alternate OS.

Current Setup:

Intel Core i3-4170 LGA1150 54W
ADATA XPG v1.0 DDR3-1600 8GB Kit (2 x 4GB)
Pioneer BDC-207D Blu-Ray/DVD Combo SATA Optical Drive
Intel 530 Series 240GB 2.5-inch SSD (Windows 7 Pro x64)
Broadcom BCM94352HMB Mini-PCIe 2x2 Wifi-AC & BT 4.0
XFX AMD Radeon R7-250E 1GB GDDR5 single-slot PCIe graphics card

Since my i3's memory controller only supports up-to DDR3-1333 I have not yet tested the RAM at DDR3-1600. That will come later with a CPU upgrade to an i5/i7 S-model.

I will be replacing the single-slot graphics card with a higher-end dual-slot card, but will have to be cautious with the card dimensions and PCIe connector locations (as per Cons above).

I wll be replacing the stock 92mm PWM fan with something quieter when under load.

In closing, I have exactly what I expected with this purchase. The XPC has been solid and stable through idle, work, and gaming loads so far. The upgrades and Hackinstosh testing and setup will ultimately determine the flexibility in the long-term, but for now the system runs just fine as-is, and Linux is a fine alternative for Mac OS.

The price was great for what I received.

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  • Manuel V.
  • 8/30/2015 1:30:43 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Barebone

Pros: Great Barebone, very good quality. Very easy build. I checked Suttle web site for compatible hardware and I had 0 problems.

Cons: None

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  • Dustin M.
  • 7/26/2015 12:25:19 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice Case

Pros: Nice, cheap, breadbox-style case/motherboard combo. I bought it to build a NAS, and it's perfect for that, but I can easily see it being just as good for an HTPC setup. Good air flow; thumb screws on back; easy dis/assembly. All around a good buy.

Cons: Very specific, proprietary power supply, like all of these breadbox builds have. Not looking forward to the expense when it comes time to replace that.

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  • Andrew S.
  • 4/6/2015 2:42:16 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsJust Look at the date of the most recent Drivers, etc (2013!)

Pros: All of the features is the product description. For my needs that includes the small size, the support for modern hardware (i5 CPU, and mem capacity mostly) so I can build a modern HTPC. The support for a few PCI cards that I need (Cable Tuner for DVR and maybe another card from my previous system) was also needed within a small space.

Note: i was impressed to see 2160p resolution through the on-board HDMI. This will probably keep me from having to use my passively cooled PCI GPU. Less heat, less power needed.

Cons: Really, really bad support out of the box. I installed my hardware into the Shuttle (CPU, SSD HD, memory, and Cable Tuner) and installed Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1. That worked great, I installed the network driver from the Shuttle CD and ran Windows Update. After installing the 190 updates from windows, the system would not reboot. Just the first round of updates, incredible.

Other Thoughts: I'm not done yet but I would have gone with another vendor if I had seen the outdated drivers. That shows terrible support for their products. I value my time more than that (time wasted trouble shooting).

This hardware has soo much potential and it seems wasted by bad driver support. As least the bios have seen a few updates.

The Shuttle includes a heat sink that uses pipes from the middle of the mother board to the rear, Time will tell if this is a good heat sink for this system or if it won't draw enough heat away like a heat sink directly on top of the CPU would (with fan in rear).

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  • martin c.
  • 3/17/2015 8:51:30 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsHandy little machine. Quiet, but not silent.

Pros: Small, but still accepts multiple drives, including a DVD drive. That's one of the main reasons I stayed away from the Brix and NUCs.
Also allows a video card to be plugged in, which I figured is the most likely thing to go obsolete, especially with 4k coming.
Pretty quiet, but not absolutely silent.

Cons: On-board video doesn't support 2560x1600 over DVI (it's only single-link, not dual-link). I later found that this is a limitation of Intel graphics. Had it supported DisplayLink, this would not have been a problem. (The newer model has DisplayLink).
The flip-door over the DVD drive is a bit cheesy.

Other Thoughts: I built it last year, and don't remember any difficulties with the assembly.
I've used it as my Win7 Media Centre.
I would probably buy it again. I like how the newer model has DisplayLink. I might go with an external USB DVD drive and consider a smaller alternative.
I haven't verified TPM support.

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  • Anonymous
  • 2/10/2015 4:56:55 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent SFF PC

Pros: Great performance with the right parts. Easy to build and looks clean once finished.

Cons: not many cons. light psu maybe but I knew that going in.

Other Thoughts: I pieced together a TV gaming system (1080p) with this and some parts I had laying around.
Overall performance is pretty good and my friends are impressed I could build a full fledged pc out of this.

Parts include:
This shuttle
Core i5 4570
8GB DDR 3 @ 1600mhz
GTX 660
180GB Intel SSD
And that's it.

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  • Darrell B.
  • 11/28/2014 11:05:54 PM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat small form factor

Pros: Excellent small form factor, easy build, nice and quiet. Easy to setup and layout was nice.

Cons: Not really a con, but I didn't care for the front plastic cover that covered the usb ports since I use them all the time.

Other Thoughts: Overall, an excellent barebones system. This was my second Shuttle build and I am very happy with it. My build runs very quiet and stays cool. Take the time to do your homework and check the Shuttle site for compatible parts and you should have no problems. My build went together very easy and booted right up. Installed Windows 7 and it boots to desktop in about 15 seconds. As others have mentioned, make sure you install the optical drive in hole set #3. I'm very pleased with it so far even though it is probably overkill for what I use it for, it was still fun to build.

My configuration:
Haswell I5 4590s
Evga gtx 750T video card
G.Skill Ripjaws 8gbx2 (16 gb)
Samsung EVO SSD 500gb hard drive
Mounting bracket for SSD
Liteon CD/DVD sata optical drive
card reader (from an old build)
Windows 7

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  • Tim G.
  • 11/23/2014 11:14:57 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat box - no processor

Pros: Small, Quite, LGA1150

Cons: This didn't come with a processor. I should have known that, but I looked at the specs and I thought I saw something about intel proc. So purchase a processor with it. Still a good deal, but poorly described in product info.

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