Thursday, January 6th 2011

ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi Combines LGA1155 Socket Processors with Mini-ITX Form Factor

ZOTAC International, a leading innovator and the world’s largest channel manufacturer of graphics cards, today kicks off the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show with the H67-ITX WiFi – a miniature 2nd Generation Intel Core platform. The ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi takes the mini-ITX form factor to new heights of performance, energy-efficiency and integrated graphics capabilities.

Equipped with the Intel H67 Express chipset, the ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi supports the latest LGA1155 2nd Generation Intel Core family processors including 2000 series Core i3, i5 and i7 processors. The ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi goes beyond the capabilities of the 2nd Generation Intel Core platform and accommodates processors up to 130-watt TDP – above the 95-watts required by the fastest Intel Core i7 processor – for additional overclocking headroom that appeals to the most demanding enthusiasts.
“ZOTAC has a broad line-up of mini-ITX platforms and continues to push the limits of what is possible in such a small form factor,” said Carsten Berger, marketing director, ZOTAC International. “The H67-ITX WiFi is our new flagship and the perfect scalable platform that lets users select their ideal level of performance needs – whether it is dual or quad-core processing, integrated Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000 or a high-performance ZOTAC GeForce series graphics card – the H67-ITX WiFi supports it all.”

Integrated Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000 is supported on the ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi via DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-I and VGA [with the included adapter] for connectivity with the latest digital and legacy analogue displays.

Intel HD Graphics 2000/3000 with InTru 3D technology is capable of decoding two simultaneous 1080p video streams for flawless Blu-ray 3D playback when connecting the ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi to a compatible HDMI 1.4a display. Accompanying Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio formats on Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D movies can be sent directly to home theatre receivers in its raw state from the ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi for crystal clear surround sound audio that delivers an outstanding digital entertainment experience pleasing to your eyes and ears.

Expansion is plentiful with the ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi, including 2 SATA 6.0 Gb/s, 4 SATA 3.0 Gb/s with support for RAID 0, 1, 0+1 and 5, eSATA, up to 4 USB 3.0 ports and a PCI Express x16 expansion slot. On-board 802.11n WiFi and Gigabit Ethernet deliver network transfers up to 300 Mb/s wirelessly or 1000 Mb/s wired for lightning-fast network connectivity.
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11 Comments on ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi Combines LGA1155 Socket Processors with Mini-ITX Form Factor

the hardware is not capable but apparently intel are working a software solution that negates the flicker.
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Well, I think the time for a very small yet very capable machine has come... I mean not just HTPC but also SFF big gaming :cool:
It will be very interesting to see what the other player are cooking for mini-ITX format, but definitely mini-ITX for my next build...
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A gaming HTPC this way cometh.
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HalfAHertz said:
the hardware is not capable but apparently intel are working a software solution that negates the flicker.
which means you'd have to use either intel codecs to decode the video, or intel software to play it back with. both are poor solutions.
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Finally decent RAID support on an ITX platform!
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Now we just need to see the Gigabyte version.
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Performance Enthusiast
this is a fantastic improvement on the H55 mini ITX boards we have seen already, and will make for one kickass micro rig!

a 2500k or 2600k with anything around a GTX460/HD6850 would be an awesomely chop gaming rig for the size.

I cant wait for my first mini ITX build, it will be sometime this year for sure, but I want to see where gigabyte go with mini ITX and this chipset.
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im surprised it only has 7 capacitors ON THE WHOLE BOARD!. wouldn't that affect reliability?
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Only 7 phases PSU on this motherboad in total, 3 for processor, 2 for DIMM and only 1 for PCIE, I'm worried about the thermal performance and the stability when installed 2 memories + a independent graphics card.
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Hope they OC well. Been eyeing an sff setup lately. Asus' solution is crossed out for me due to it using weak laptop rams. Am going mini itx gaming as well (SG05 or 07). Those things fit in the bag lol
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