New Shuttle SZ270R9 Bare-Bones PC Features Push-Button Overclocking

Status
Not open for further replies.

2Be_or_Not2Be

Honorable
Aug 23, 2013
806
1
11,365
115
I wonder why they seemingly limited this case to only a 1080. I would guess it's due to the 500W PSU, but the 1080ti doesn't require that much more power.

If you go by the "recommended" PSU for a 1080ti, then they might say it should be 600W. However, there are 600W PSUs they could easily have used, even in SFX/SFX-L form. So why limit what you can put into this barebones? I"m not a fan of the styling, but it would be nice to have a small case that doesn't limit me on GPU choice.
 

donotsell2me

Prominent
Dec 6, 2017
4
0
520
1
The SZ270R9 is just atrocious horrid fugly front face plate design. Why is it gamer aethestics = trashy honda civic with a coffe can muffler, oversized airdam, and useless whale tail spoiler? The Shuttle SZ270R8 is more than adequate for a excellent mini-pc mini-itx build, and it has clean and much more sensible look, without the silly turbo button garbage.
 
Status
Not open for further replies.

ASK THE COMMUNITY

TRENDING THREADS