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Shuttle SP35P2V2 Barebone

Shuttle SP35P2V2 Barebone
alaScore 79

71 reviews

Dec, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 71 reviews of Shuttle SP35P2V2 Barebone. The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Desktops for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the Shuttle SP35P2V2 Barebone is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 79/100 = Good quality.

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Consumer review (newegg.com)

Great for a compact little system

 

I was a little worried about using a Core 2 Duo cpu after reading how some would not post, but my build went on without a hitch. System Specs: Core 2 Due E8400 3ghz (stock) 2x 1GB PC26400 Patriot Ram Biostar Radeon 4670 512MB (no external psu...

Size, looks, features, front panel

Stock fans are loud. Reset button is too recessed under the front panel. Need a pen or something to stick into it

May, 2009

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Suprisingly great customer support

 

I had a problem originally with the installation which we originally thought was the motherboard. Found out later 1 of the 2 brand-new corsair memory modules was bad. Regardless, Shuttle customer support stepped up and delivered excellent customer...

Extremely compact, sturdy, and quiet fans ; Design is clean and modern ; Suprisingly Shuttle US customer support was very responsive and helpful

Wish the 4 exterior hand screws were a little bigger

May, 2009

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Worth the money!!

 

You kinda can use RAID with a SATA CD drive….but you will have probs…so no! Other than that, it would have been nice if the HDD trays and DVD trays had rubber grommets to help silence the parts a little more, but I can barely hear my system as is, so...

This is my first SFF PC build; came from a full workstation built in a Cosmos 1000. This machine easily powers a Q9650, 8GB RAM, DTS 250 (It install without any mods!! Its only 9in long!) A WD Velociraptor 300GB (this will fit if the HDD is backplane...

Too bad the PCI-E slot isn't on the other side of the MBD, allowing for PCI use expansion. But no complaints

Mar, 2009

Consumer review (newegg.com)

I'M LOVIN' IT!

 

My build is : Intel E7400 @ 3.5 w/ Stock Voltage Shuttle SP35P2V2 G.Skill 4GB(2GBx2) DDR2 800 WD SE16 250GB 7200RPM 16MB Cache LG DVD+-RW Powercolor Radeon HD 4830 512MB @ 755/1000 I was somewhat worried about the 400W PSU, but it handles my build...

It looks nice and small on my desk ; The OASIS cooler and case fans keep my overclocked E7400 and 4830 very cool and stable in low temperature ; It's very quiet even on top of desk

The BIOS features somewhat limited O/C options to hardcore O/C'ers ; I could barely fit VGA in, there's a bunch of cables come out from PSU and they block the PCI slot ; I had to tape those cables onto PSU to fit my VGA with oversized fan

Mar, 2009

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Great system

 

Great size and works great. Also run cool.

There was an issue with the checksum cmos. Took me a couple days before I fugure that it was the motherboard battery that died and needed to be replaced. Since, then I had no more issues with the bootup stating a checksum error.

Mar, 2009

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Nice little case

 

Nice and small, well layed out.

Would randomly die ten minutes in when trying to install windows or running off a live cd. Turned out to be a BIOS problem with having 8g of memory.

Mar, 2009

Consumer review (newegg.com)

Beautiful, Compact Build at a Great Price!

 

I've built 20+ computers, and this was by far the nicest case. It was my first barebones, third sff build. Great case, top-notch quality. A few issues, but they wouldn't stop me from buying this case again!

Great styling!

The PCI slots have a little flap above them that secures them into place. In order to get my oversized graphics card to fit, I had to pop off this flap. There's a 1.25x1 inch space above the cards now, but they still secure, so it's not too big a deal.

Mar, 2009

Consumer review (newegg.com)

First Shuttle

 

Great price. We swapped out an older processor from one of our workstations (its running 1.86 Core2) so the LG775 socket was in our case another benefit. It will take almost any newer memory so again for our use we just threw in what we had laying...

Nice clean compact unit. We have 4-320GB drives setup on Raid-1. No more space for any other drives. We connected a WD 1TB external HD via its eSata port on rear, very convenient. Running Linux Suse OS w/ 4GB memory, but can expand to 8GB which is also...

In my situation, I could have used one more drive bay for a CD or DVD, but we used an external instead while setting it up

Feb, 2009

Consumer review (newegg.com)

First Shuttle

 

Great price. We swapped out an older processor from one of our workstations (its running 1.86 Core2) so the LG775 socket was in our case another benefit. It will take almost any newer memory so again for our use we just threw in what we had laying...

Nice clean compact unit. We have 4-320GB drives setup on Raid-1. No more space for any other drives. We connected a WD 1TB external HD via its eSata port on rear, very convenient. Running Linux Suse OS w/ 4GB memory, but can expand to 8GB which is also...

In my situation, I could have used one more drive bay for a CD or DVD, but we used an external instead while setting it up.

Feb, 2009

Consumer review (newegg.com)

READ Before BUYING!!!!

 

The build is really nice, I like it... it is a lot bigger than my first shuttle, I measured it from what other people said, but even doing that, I was suprised. Also when I first fired it up it was very loud, but once I installed the nvidia graphics...

Now that I have gone through a pretty rough setup, it flies. I think it is super quiet, very fast, and really nice. I have a Q6600 *** read below!!! and 6 GB of corsair ram in it, I also have a pny nvidia 9600 GT

THIS IS IMPORTANT. I read many times the bios doesn't support many CPUs... it is SOOO TRUE. Wouldn't post, I had to rip apart another PC (lucky I had another one with a socket 775, or I would have been in trouble. So I used a core 2 duo 8400, it...

Feb, 2009