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Shuttle Goes Big With a Tower Computer

Shuttle is known for their small form factor computers, but they are now developing a tower-sized computer. Shuttle officials said the computer could be out later this year.

Shuttle is known for their small form factor computers, but they are now developing a tower-sized computer. Shuttle officials said the computer could be out later this year.

The panel is on a hinge and swings to the left, revealing the drives and the flash card slots.

The panel is on a hinge and swings to the left, revealing the drives and the flash card slots.

The top panel has a large fan duct to expel hot air.

The top panel has a large fan duct to expel hot air.

Even the side of the power supply has a vent for more heat dissapation.

Even the side of the power supply has a vent for more heat dissapation.

The power supply heat goes out through the black air guide. Another fan on the bottom feeds air to the dual graphics cards.

The power supply heat goes out through the black air guide. Another fan on the bottom feeds air to the dual graphics cards.

Shot of the cards

Shot of the cards

Shuttle's hand-painted SFF computer. You can read more about it here.

Shuttle’s hand-painted SFF computer. You can read more about it here.

View of the drive bays

View of the drive bays

Graphics card side

Graphics card side

The SDXi has three drive bays, but this particular model uses one bay for an internally mounted liquid cooling system.

The SDXi has three drive bays, but this particular model uses one bay for an internally mounted liquid cooling system.

Memory slot side

Memory slot side