Wednesday, May 13th 2020

Zeal-All Releases H310C Motherboard with Integrated GTX 1650

In a followup to a post a few days ago about Zeal-All's LGA1151 B150 motherboard with an integrated GTX 1050 Ti, it seems Zeal-All has released a newer board based on the H310 chipset with an integrated GTX 1650. The Zeal-All ZA-KB1650 shares a lot of similarities with the aforementioned ZA-SK1050 both with both featuring an integrated NVIDIA GPU, laptop SODIMMs, 19 V dc power, and no PCI-E expansion slots. The new Zeal-All ZA-KB1650's H310C chipset supports 6th - 9th generation Intel Core processors which is very impressive indeed.

The Zeal-All ZA-KB1650 continues the trend of non-standard form factors with a size of 234.95 mm x 197.48 mm, rear I/O consists of 19 V DC Power Input, HDMI, DisplayPort, 3x LAN (POE), 4x USB 3.0 and Mic-In/Line-Out. Internally the board features dual m.2 expansion slots for WiFi and an SSD, triple Intel i211 LAN controllers, a single SATA connector, fan connectors, and front panel USB/Power/Audio.
Source: Zeal-All
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10 Comments on Zeal-All Releases H310C Motherboard with Integrated GTX 1650

#1
XL-R8R
This actually looks interesting(again)...




Any pricing??
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#2
ironwolf
An Intel board that supports FOUR generations of CPU? Color me impressed! :clap:
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#3
Caring1
ironwolf
An Intel board that supports FOUR generations of CPU? Color me impressed! :clap:
I think the Z370 supported as many also, with a Bios update they could support up to 9th Gen.
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#4
Paganstomp
Just F.Y.I.... LTT has reviewed this. It's a very odd board.
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#5
Flanker
XL-R8R
This actually looks interesting(again)...

Any pricing??
I looked up their website, it doesn't look like they are interested in selling then in retail, but they are looking for partners to use these boards in embedded or "industrial" computers, eg computers on assembly lines to process data and show stats.
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#6
GeorgeMan
Now that is interesting to build a highly integrated sff computer, but then again if they are not selling it on retail channel it's out of reach...
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#7
silentbogo
XL-R8R
Any pricing??
Upwards of $350 in bulk is my guess. It's not for retail, which makes me question why this thing got posted yet again.
Just sheep-following some stupid redheaded canadian ain't a good reason. At least TPU should start posting some reviews on bad-ass chinese "router boards" to make some useful content filler.
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#8
theGryphon
Paganstomp
Just F.Y.I.... LTT has reviewed this. It's a very odd board.
Not this specific one though... This seems to be an upgrade over the previous news item. Maybe they fixed some issues along the way? Requires another review IMO.
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