All Shuttle PC products with socket LGA 1151 are prepared to support the 7th generation Intel Core processors with 14 nm technology, also called “Kaby Lake”, which Intel released in Q1 2017. However, some steps need to be done before the PC can boot with this kind of processors.
|Product Name||Type||Chipset||Ready for Kaby Lake?||BIOS version (at least)|
|DH110||XPC slim||H110||✔||Version DH110000.200 or later|
|DH110SE||H110||✔||Version DH110100.200 or later|
|DH170||H170||✔||Version DH170000.206 or later|
|DQ170||Q170||✔||Version DQ170000.203 or later|
|XH110/XH110V||H110||✔||Version XH110V00.200 or later|
|XH170V||H170||✔||Version XH170V00.200 or later|
|SH110R4||XPC cube||H110||✔||Version SH110000.200 or later|
|SH170R6||H170||✔||Version SH170000.202 or later|
|SZ170R8||Z170||✔||Version SZ170000.202 or later|
|SZ170R8V2||Z170||✔||Version SZ170000.205 or later|
Most Shuttle PC products with socket LGA 1155 are prepared to support the 3rd generation Intel Core processors with 22 nm technology, also called “Ivy Bridge”, which Intel released in May 2012. However, some steps need to be done before the PC can boot with this kind of processors.
|Product Name||Type||Chipset||Ready for Ivy Bridge?||BIOS version (at least)||Graphics driver|
|SH61R4||XPC cube||✔||SH61R000.201||Update required|
|SH67H3, SH67H7 (Version 1)||H67||✘||-||-|
|SH67H3, SH67H7 (Version 2)||✔||SH67H000.201||Update required|
Please note there is a certain risk involved with overclocking, including adjusting the settings in the BIOS or using third-party overclocking tools. Overclocking may affect your system stability or even cause damage of the components and devices of your system. It is done at your own risk and expense. Shuttle cannot be held responsible for possible damage caused by overclocking.