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 ====== How can I identify the model information, serial number, and BIOS version? ====== ====== How can I identify the model information, serial number, and BIOS version? ======
 +===== What is a Barebone? =====
 +Barebones are semi-finished PCs. At Shuttle, these consist of a Mini-PC case, power supply, cooling system and mainboard. To complete your barebone you need a processor (if not already soldered on the mainboard), some memory, the required drives and sometimes a graphics card. So accordingly an operational Mini-PC is no longer a barebone.
 ===== Shuttle product range ===== ===== Shuttle product range =====
   * **Mainboards**\\ Mainboards are an integral part of every PC. The main circuit board, also called motherboard, contains all the essential components such as the processor or memory.\\ :!: Note: Shuttle mainboards are no longer sold separately.   * **Mainboards**\\ Mainboards are an integral part of every PC. The main circuit board, also called motherboard, contains all the essential components such as the processor or memory.\\ :!: Note: Shuttle mainboards are no longer sold separately.
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