ZOTAC Reveals Two AMD 800 Series Mini-ITX Mainboards

Need a new system? Not willing to buy a full-size tower? Don't sweat it, as ZOTAC has just what you need. The company has just introduced a new pair of AMD 800 Series Platforms, including the planet's first AMD mobile-on-desktop platform -- M880G-ITX WiFi and the socket AM3 compatible 880G-ITX WiFi. 


 Both of these mainboards will fit in tight Mini-ITX enclosures, with the M880G-ITX WiFi offering a 1.5GHz dual-core AMD Turion II Neo K625 processor, a Radeon HD 4200 series GPU, two DDR-800 DIMM slots, a PCIe expansion slot, HDMI, dual-link DVI and a VGA output. The 880G-ITX WiFi  is AMD Phenom II, Athlon II & Sempron ready, and ships with a Radeon HD 4250 GPU, two DDR-1333 DIMM slots, a PCIe expansion slot, HDMI, DVI/VGA outputs, two USB 3.0 ports and onboard 802.11n Wi-Fi. Pricing information isn't available yet, much to our dismay.

ZOTAC® Unleashes Duo of AMD® 800 Series Mini-ITX Platforms

New ZOTAC® M880G-ITX WiFi and 880G-ITX combine AMD® 800 series chipsets with ATI Radeon™ HD 4200 series graphics processing in a mini-ITX form factor

HONG KONG – Dec. 2, 2010 – ZOTAC® International, a leading innovator and the world’s largest channel manufacturer of graphics cards, motherboards and mini-PCs, today unleashes a duo of mini-ITX platforms designed for optimal energy-efficiency, home theatre PC and powered by AMD® 800 series chipsets – including the world’s first AMD® mobile-on-desktop platform - the new ZOTAC® M880G-ITX WiFi - and the socket AM3 compatible 880G-ITX WiFi.
    Powered by AMD® 800 series chipsets, the ZOTAC® M880G-ITX WiFi and 880G-ITX WiFi platforms deliver a premium AMD® experience in a mini-ITX form factor with USB 3.0, SATA 6.0 Gb/s and 802.11n WiFi technologies. High-performance integrated ATI Radeon™ HD 4200 series graphics processor enables stunning visuals with Microsoft® DirectX® 10.1 technology.
    ATI Avivo™ HD technology provides the ZOTAC® M880G-ITX WiFi and 880G-ITX WiFi with hardware decode acceleration for flawless playback of 1080p high-definition content – online and offline.
    “ZOTAC® is the world leader when it comes to high-definition-ready mini-ITX platforms. We are able to provide an energy-efficient AMD® platform with the new M880G-ITX WiFi, while the new 880G-ITX WiFi introduces socket AM3 compatibility to our mini-ITX product line up,” said Carsten Berger, marketing director, ZOTAC® International.
    The ZOTAC® M880G-ITX WiFi brings notebook levels of energy-efficiency to the desktop with a combination of AMD® Turion™ II Neo Dual-Core K625 mobile processor and ATI Radeon™ HD 4200 series graphics processor – components from the 2010 AMD® Ultrathin Platform.    For more performance-demanding tasks the ZOTAC® 880G-ITX WiFi is the ideal mini-ITX form factor for AMD® Phenom™ II, Athlon™ II and Sempron™ processors.
Compatibility with socket AM3 processors empower the user to select the right amount of processing power for their computing demands – whether its single, dual, tri or quad-core processing – with the ZOTAC® 880G-ITX WiFi.
It’s time to play with the ZOTAC® M880G-ITX WiFi and 880G-ITX WiFi.






General details
•   ZOTAC® Unleashes Duo of AMD® 800 Series Mini-ITX Platforms
•   World’s first AMD® mobile-on-desktop platform – ZOTAC® M880G-ITX WiFi
•   Socket AM3-ready ZOTAC® 880G-ITX WiFi
•   M880G-ITX WiFi
•   AMD® Turion™ II Neo K625 (1.5 GHz, dual-core)
•   ATI Radeon™ HD 4200 series GPU
•   AMD® M880G + SB820M chipset
•   2 x DDR3-800 DIMM slots
•   PCI Express x1 expansion
•   6 SATA 6.0 Gb/s w/ RAID 0, 1, 0+1 & 5
•   HDMI, dual-link DVI & VGA (with included adapter)
•   880G-ITX WiFi
•   AMD® Phenom™ II, Athlon™ II & Sempron™ ready
•   Socket AM3 ready (up to 95-watts TDP)
•   ATI Radeon™ HD 4250 GPU
•   AMD® 880G + SB850 chipset
•   2 x DDR3-1333 DIMM slots
•   PCI Express x1 expansion
•   4 SATA 6.0 Gb/s w/ RAID 0, 1, 0+1 & 5
•   HDMI, dual-link DVI & VGA (with included adapter)
•   ATI Avivo™ HD technology
•   2 USB 3.0 ports
•   Microsoft® DirectX® 10.1 compliant
•   Onboard 802.11n WiFi
•   Mini-ITX form factor


Via:  ZOTAC
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