These mini-itx Zotac boards are really attractive. I've had my eye on the z68 version too.
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Sounds great, especially since many of these ITX boards only take SODIMMs. My only question would be how much? But one of these could make for a great little gaming rig, at least if youre working at low resolutions.
These little boards sure do pack a punch nowadays, not much missing at all.
I just put together an Intel mini-ITX machine using a Zotac H67 board. I was pretty impressed. Plenty of features (WiFi for one) and good for the price. I'd definitely do another ITX build with one of these. Probably on a Intel platform though.
Pretty sweet little board. I would love to build an HTPC out of one of these things.
The A8 on a socket FM1 board is a good way to go on a budget. I have one in the M-ATX format and it's a fun little PC.
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Yeah! I'll have to agree that this mini-itx motherboard is a good investment, especially if your into AMD products. Although I do use AMD products, but not to the extent of using Intel. I like that it has 802-11n Wi-Fi built in, 8 USB 3.0 ports, 2 USB 2.0 ports & 4 Sata 3 @ 6GB/s ports all in a small compact board. Bad luck though that I have already got my intel based MSI micro-atx board set up with a Core i5 680 @ 3.6 GHz, retail boxed windows XP Pro SP2 updated to SP3. I do like to keep my boards for well over a year. The one that I am using to get onto this forum & also I intend to dual boot this with XP Pro x64 bit as I have left 100GBs of spare HDD space on my velociraptor. Also I disagree with the terms being downgraded to Sata 6GB/s instead of just typing in Sata 3 or just Sata 3 @ 6GB/s. I got the feeling that they done this because I have noticed in the past that those idiots could not always get it right on their motherboard sites.
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