Monday, May 11th 2020

Zeal-All Releases LGA1151 Motherboard with Integrated GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

Chinese motherboard manufacturer Zeal-All has recently released a brand new LGA1151 Intel B150 motherboard with integrated GeForce GTX 1050 Ti. The bizarre motherboard supports 6th and 7th generation Intel core processors (Skylake and Kaby Lake chips). The unusual form factor of 235 x 197.5 mm is likely aimed at custom enterprise uses such as AI algorithms as noted on Zeal-All's site. Besides the uncommon form factor, the motherboard also uses laptop SODIMMs and features no typical power connections, only a barrel connector for an external 19 V power source.

In terms of I/O the motherboard comes with an interesting arrangement including HDMI, LAN, 4x USB 3.0, and Mic-in/Line-out. Internal connectors include 3x USB 2.0 Pin, 2x USB2.0 Pin, CPU Fan, System Fan, 2x LVDS Pin (support dual Channel 10 Bit), 4x SATA, Front panel Pin and Audio Pin Port. The motherboard is fitted with a Realtek 8111E LAN controller for gigabit Ethernet and a Mini-PCIe slot for a Wi-Fi expansion card.
Source: Zeal-All
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7 Comments on Zeal-All Releases LGA1151 Motherboard with Integrated GeForce GTX 1050 Ti

#1
XL-R8R
I wonder if its really a GTS450 masquerading as a 1050ti. :roll:




I actually quite like this design?
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#2
ExV6k
XL-R8R
I wonder if its really a GTS450 masquerading as a 1050ti. :roll:




I actually quite like this design?
It's not, there's a fully functional GP107 under that heatsink.
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#3
lZKoce
I saw this on Linus a few days ago. He played it with it quite a bit, so I know what this things is now :)
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#4
Melvis
This was shown on Linus Tech Tips
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#5
silentbogo
Uskompuf
The bizarre motherboard
a) It's not bizarre, it's a decent All-in-One motherboard. ECS also makes similar boards, so as AsRock.
b) It's not meant for average consumer, but for integrators and manufacturers. You can't just go to the store and buy it, or order in 1 click at fixed price. Alibaba is not a retail store.
c) It's not necessarily a gaming board. Could be an industrial board for CUDA-accelerated optical inspection, or more likely video surveillance with some AI features (hence questionable SATA on the external side).

If anything, THIS is a bizarre board. Not ^^^ this.
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#6
Vl85
Actually i guess newest product is with GTX1650: ZA-KB1650
Supports all 1151 generations
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#7
djisas
lZKoce
I saw this on Linus a few days ago. He played it with it quite a bit, so I know what this things is now :)
And irc, the graphic chip was busted...
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