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Friday, 09 January 2009 19:33

Zotac announces its new mini-ITX motherboard

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The Geforce 9300-ITX WiFi

Zotac has announced a new Mini-ITX motherboard based on Nvidia's Geforce 9300 IGP chipset, the Zotac Geforce 9300-ITX WiFi. The new motherboard supports Intel Celeron, Pentium and Core 2 Duo, Quad and Extreme processors with FSB of up to 1333MHz.

The board comes packed with a lot of features for such a small Mini-ITX form factor. Zotac managed to squeeze in a single PCI-Express 2.0 x16, two DDR2-800 slot with support for up to 8GB of memory, Wi-Fi, two SATA ports and, of course, integrated Nvidia 9300 graphics with 16 stream processors.

This integrated graphics has support for DirectX 10 and works at 450MHz for the core and 1,200MHz for those 16 stream processors. The back panel is tightly packed with an HDMI, DVI and D-Sub video outputs, single eSATA port, six USB ports, 5.1-channel HD audio, Gigabit Ehternet, and antenna for Wi-Fi.

Zotac is currently showing this card at CES 2009 show, but according to our info it should be available sometimes in February and it should retail at around €120 / 135 USD.

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