Compact gaming PC manufacturer Shuttle has unveiled its latest VR gaming cubes which can be overclocked on demand and take the form of the Shuttle SZ270R9. Enclosed in a reinforced aluminium compact chassis with a striking lightning bolt design and custom LED lighting that provides a “breathing effect animation” when in use. The small compact mini PCs are available in six default colours with three different lighting effects and an RGB pallet bar allows easy customisation when required. Paragraph fitted with a easy to access Turbo button the compact gaming systems can be easily overclocked when required removing the need to configure complex overclocking parameters.
The Shuttle SZ270R9 support Intel Core processors and provides smooth 4K ultra HD video playback and can be fitted with a maximum of 64GB high bandwidth 1.2V DDR4 2133/2400 memory. Internally Shuttle has included a cooling system that comprises of four copper tube-pipes, Shuttle’s patented I.C.E 2 heat-pipe technology that uses convection cooling to dissipate heat away from and around the CPU while operating at the “sound of a whisper”. Robert Garcia, channel manager, Shuttle Computer Group explains more about the compact PCs design.
This is the ultimate gaming PC, power packed with an external design that looks like you’re ready for battle, And when you press the overclock button, watch out! You’ll be the winner for sure.
With lots of interior space, the SZ270R9 supports large-format dual-slot graphics cards; users can install up to four 2.5″ or 3.5″ hard drives and two m.2 bays. It also supports Intel’s new Optane Memory to improve data processing and system speed. The SZ270R9 comes with a three-year limited warranty and is available through ASI, Ingram Micro, Ma Labs, Synnex, Synnex CA and online at Amazon, CDW, Connection, PC Mall, Provantage and Newegg.
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