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Shuttle Sh67H3 Windows Home Server 2011 Build

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I have been meaning to post this for quite a while but finally got around to it. All comments are welcome…

[CASE, MOBO and PSU] Shuttle SH67H3

[CPU] Intel i3-2120 3.3 GHz


[HDD] WD 320 GB 2.5" black hard drive

[HDD] WD 2 TB 3.5" black hard drive

[HDD] WD 2 TB 3.5" green hard drive

[OS] Microsoft Windows Home Server 2011

Here’s a web page with all the details.

My e-mail is located at the bottom of the web page.

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