I was reading a review of the Shuttle SDXI and it brought some serious desire to my life. Shuttle has a well-known reputation for small form barebones systems that rock the gaming world. Now, they have a hand-painted SDXI for you to drool over.
Let me give you some specs. just to tease you a bit. The Shuttle SDXI makes the PlayStation with its 60GB drive look measly in comparison. Shuttle brings you a liquid-cooling system so that you know your goods are protected and running cold. With an Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700 quad-core processor you’ll certainly need that addition.
Not enough to get you wanting? Shuttle includes a top-of-the-line quad-core dual graphics card setup using two ATI Radeon X1950 XTX video cards that are running in AMD’s ATI CrossFire technology. You can bank on a double performance boost no matter what application is running. Again, you get liquid-cooled protection on these cards so that you don’t have to worry about overheating.
You still want more? Every SDXi is gets an expert hand paint job with a coordinating mouse and keyboard. Not skimping there, either, Shuttle uses premium automotive finish to give you a custom look that personalizes your experience.
Not only do you get all this lovely internal power but Shuttle also includes 2GB of Crucial Ballistix high performance RAM for speed that will please your graphic eye. Framerates that will keep you on top of your gaming experience is all you need to top off this system.
I’m still not done. The 10,000 rpm hard drive will store and save…access and wipe…so fast you won’t want to leave your desk for fear you might miss something. The only thing keeping me from rushing to the Shuttle site to purchase this monster is the $5,000 price tag that comes with the joys of having a custom gaming system with this much power.