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Zotac is sort of the Zen master of small form factor PCs. The company's ZBOX line of mini PCs are typically stylish, feature packed, and surprisingly powerful considering their small packages, which you can tuck away in a home theater rack or attach to the back of your PC monitor or HDTV. In an attempt to take things to a whole new level,... Read more...
There’s a pair of new Intel 7-Series motherboards out from ZOTAC, and they’re both in the mini-ITX form factor. The ZOTAC Z77-ITX WiFi and H77-ITX WiFi support LGA1155 3rd-generation and 2nd-generation Intel chips, and although both are equipped with a PCI-E x16 (3.0) slot, they’re also Intel HD 2500/4000-ready. The boards... Read more...
Zotac has rolled out the green carpet for NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 560 SE graphics card, and as far as we're aware of, is the first company to officially do so. The GeForce GTX 560 SE is the newest member of NVIDIA's GeForce 560 Series, which now includes six GPUs. It's built around the same GF114 core as other... Read more...
Is there any company more invested in the mini PC market than Zotac? Maybe there is and maybe there isn't, but either way, no one would argue that Zotac is one of the busiest bodies in the industry when it comes to Small Form Factor (SFF) PCs destined to find a place in your living room, whether its displayed prominently in your A/V rack or... Read more...
The next generation of ZOTAC’s ZBOX mini-PC platform is here in the form of three new models--the ZBOX ID81, ID80 and AD04. New enhancements include an external WiFi antenna and integrated Bluetooth 3.0 for connectivity as well as a Media Remote designed to work with the likes of Windows Media Center. The barebones systems require just... Read more...
ZOTAC introduced the silent GeForce GTS 450 ZONE Edition graphics card. This card was designed for users that demand Microsoft DirectX 11 visuals and noise-free cooling. The ZOTAC GeForce GTS 450 ZONE Edition combines the GeForce GTS 450 graphics processor with a dual-slot fan-less cooling system that features copper heat-pipes and aluminum... Read more...
Zotac is quickly earning its black belt in pint-sized PCs that pack a performance punch. The master of mini PCs just added a new series to its lineup, the ZBOX nano VD01 Series, which are small enough to rest in the palm of your hand yet loaded with HTPC-friendly features. The ZBOX nano VD01 is built around VIA's Nano... Read more...
ZOTAC announced a pair of graphics cards in its GeForce GT 520 line, one each in the PCI and PCI-E x1 form factors. The cards are designed to offer an easy performance boost for older systems and pre-built systems that otherwise don’t have many expandability options. “Upgrading your graphics card is the easiest way to boost your... Read more...
ZOTAC announced a new mini-ITX motherboard today called the A75-ITX WiFi, which is designed for gaming and HTPC applications. The company tried to pack in as many features as possible in the small form factor, and all things considered it did a pretty good job of it. Running on the AMD A75 chipset, the A75-ITX WiFi has an FM1 socket that supports... Read more...
If you can't find a Zotac-brand GeForce GTX 580 videocard that suits your fancy, it's certainly not from a lack of available options. That's because Zotac today announced yet another GTX 580 variant, the AMP2 Edition, which is the company's fourth videocard built around Nvidia's GTX 580 architecture. Zotac also sells an 'ordinary' AMP Edition... Read more...
Whenever NVIDIA pops out a new GPU, Zotac is close behind with a new graphics card to support that core. This week, the GeForce 560 Ti is being unveiled, and if you need a bit more power, the GTX 560 Ti AMP! Edition is being introduced also. The AMP! Edition gets a 950MHz engine clock, 384 unified shaders, 1GB of DDR5... Read more...
Another week, another new GPU, and it just so happens to be another one from ZOTAC. The company has just introduced their new GeForce GT 440 series of graphics cards, with between 512MB and 1GB of onboard DDR5 memory. This one's based on NVIDIA's Fermi platform, with 96 customizable unified shaders, DirectX 11 support, CUDA-enabled transcoding... Read more...
Zotac today announced its first Zbox series of mini-PCs equipped with USB 3.0 technology -- the Zbox ID41 series. The boring name belies what's a fairly sexy nettop, made even more so with the addition of SuperSpeed ports (two on the back panel). There's also four USB 2.0 ports (two on the back, one on the front, and one on the top panel).... Read more...
No room? No problem! ZOTAC has been pushing out small-form-factor PCs for years on end now, and with NVIDIA's next generation Ion platform ready to catch first, the company is eager and willing to introduce three new systems based around it: the ION-ITX platforms, R, S and T. All three are passively cooled, so all three will be amongst the... Read more...
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