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    Default Shuttle X27D: cheap and small, will it run ?

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    Chassis
    • Slim X-type chassis, silver black
    • Dimensions: 250 x 185 x 70 mm (LWH) = 3.2 litres
    • Weight: 2.7 kg gross, 1.8 kg net
    • Front doors for optical drive and front panel connectors
    • Mini-iTX Mainboard: 17 x 17 cm


    Storage bays
    • 1x 2,5" (internal) for hard disk
    • 1x for optical drive in slimline format
    • With pre-installed SATA cables


    Chipset
    • Intel® 945GC+ICH7 Express Chipset


    Power supply
    • External 60W power adapter (fanless)
    • Input: 100~240V AC, max. 2A
    • Output: 12V DC, 50/60 Hz, max. 5A
    • Internal DC-DC daughter board


    Processor
    • Intel ATOM 330 processor (Codename: Diamondville)
    • 2x 1.6 GHz core clock, 533 MHz FSB
    • 2x 512kB L2 cache
    • Supports Hyper-Threading (4 threads total)
    • TDP = 8 watts
    • Passive CPU cooling


    Memory support
    • 1x 240 pin DIMM slots
    • supports DDR2-533/667 DDR SDRAM memory
    • supports max. 2GB capacity


    Integrated Graphics
    • Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 (GMA950)
    • with PCI-E x1 improved bandwidth, features 333MHz graphics core
    • DX8/DX9 support and enhanced 3D performance
    • Dynamic Video Memory Technology (DVMT) 3.0, shared Memory max. 224MB
    • Video out: Digital DVI-D and Analog 15pin D-Sub VGA
    • Supports Dual Monitor operation in clone mode.


    5.1-channel audio
    • Audio Realtek® ALC 662 6-channel High-Definition Audio
    • Three analog audio connectors (3.5mm) at the Back-Panel:
    • 1) Front Line out (head phone)
    • 2) Rear Surround line-out (shared with microphone input)
    • 3) Center line-out (shared with Line in)


    Gigabit LAN Controller
    • Realtek 8111C Ethernet network controller (Gigabit)
    • Supports 100 / 1.000 MBit/s operation
    • Supports Wake-on-LAN (WOL)


    Drive connectors
    • 2x Serial-ATA II, 3 Gb/s (300 MB/s) bandwidth,
    • 1x IDE ATA 100 drives

    Note: This barebone system comes with pre-installed SATA cables
    for a 2.5" hard disk and for an optical slim drive. If you want to use
    an optical drive with IDE connector (PATA) then an additional
    Slim IDE Adapter with IDE ribbon cable is required, which is not
    included in the package.

    Front Panel connectors
    • Microphone input
    • Audio Line-out (headphone)
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • Power button
    • Power LED
    • HDD LED


    Back Panel connectors
    • DVI connector (digital)
    • VGA connector (D-Sub 15 pol., analog)
    • 4x USB 2.0
    • GigaBit LAN (RJ45)
    • PS/2 for mouse and keyboard
    • Serial port (COM)
    • Audio Line-in
    • Audio Line-out
    • Audio Mic-in


    I've ordered this and I'm currently looking into installing MacOS X x86 on it, purely for Media Center usage and sometimes to tinker with MacOS X.
    I guess it should work on MacOS X x86, since the Atom CPU and 945 chipset should be supported. How about the rest ? Which release is advised for this ?



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    Looks like it gonna work, try with leo4all v3 or iatkos 10.5.5
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    Fantastic, I'll report back when I have it installed.

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    So today I finally received my order and I tried to install iDeneb because I couldn't find iAtkos or Leo4all v3. I chose ICHx chipset, all audio chipsets, GMA950, 9.2.2 Kernel SSE3 and all network chips. It doesn't boot, just does nothing the first boot after install. It seems everything should work just fine.

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    Hmm ideneb, hmmm ew XD, ok

    Try without selecting ICHx Chipset, You cant select all audio chipsets, just have to install what you need, in your case ALC662, GMA950, and try with Speedstep Kernel, if it boot change it for Voodoo kernel to get better support, good luck

    Question: How Much for this lil thing?
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    OK I'll try that when I get back home from work !

    The price is around 200€ for the case, motherboard (with CPU) and PSU together. You just need a SATA 2,5" HDD, SATA slimline DVD drive and a stick of DDR2 RAM.

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    I managed to find an iATKOS 10.5.5 image and that's installed flawlessly, even sound works. Only problem right now is that the GMA950 doesn't allow me to change the resolution to something other than 1024x768 because no other are listed. I tried SwitchresX but if I add custom resolutions they still aren't selectable. If I have it connected through the DVI or VGA doesn't matter. Any solutions for this ? I'm running a HD Ready LCD TV on it and having everything stretched is kind of crap. The max resolution it supports is 1360x768 but it also accepts 1920x1080 interlaced and 1280x720 progressive (60Hz).

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    I gave up on this, as I'm not planning on running OSX if it involves troubleshooting a lot. I do have to say that everything seemed to work without problems, except for the GMA950 problem which plagues most.

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    Switchresx? wtf anyway, check this thread, this is common issue, but it can be solved, google abit

    gma950 leopard~ and you'll see
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    hi
    i succeeded running OSX86 on X27D.
    I used Kallyway 10.5.2 DVD for installation.
    I chose Kernel_9.2_speedstep for Kernels, Intel_GMA -> GMA950 for Graphics_Drivers,
    exclude all Audio_Driviers and incude all Networks_Drivers.

    QE/CI works on graphic.
    for sounds, I installed AzalliaAudio.pkg,then audio-out port of back pannel works
    (but mic-port and front audio ports don't work).

    sorry for my poor english.thanks


 

 
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