Zotac H67-ITX

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1 TBreak
"Price/performance wise both boards are about the same, but the Zotac H67-ITX creeps out ahead of the ECS H67H2-I simply because of the additional features. You’re getting built-in WiFi with two extra ports for SATA II (not such a big deal) and USB 3.0 (but this is!). It’s just the added convenience of WiFi and future-proofing your HTPC with the extra USB 3.0 ports that makes the Zotac H67-ITX the winner of this round."
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2 Hartware
"By the H67 chip, however, the integrated graphics of the processors are used. Otherwise, wait for the Zotac H67-ITX WiFi for ratios of normal equipment with ZOTAC: Neither wireless nor or a PCI Express interface must be dispensed to USB 3.0. Whether the Mini-ITX mainboard on the recent success of the Zotac can tie series, clarifies this review."
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3 Tech Report
"Zotac's H67 ITX has beaten them all to the punch—or at least to the Benchmarking Sweatshop. As its name implies, the board gets a dose of next-gen Intel HD Graphics thanks to its use of the H67 Express chipset. It also has all the goodies that made us smitten with previous Zotac designs: a PCI Express x16 slot for discrete graphics cards, the ability to accept standard desktop memory modules, and more integrated peripherals than one might expect from such a small motherboard."
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4 TweakTown
"The Zotac H67ITX is a very small mini-ITX motherboard for socket 1155 processors, thus being targeted to the Intel "Sandy Bridge" CPUs. It is based on the Intel H67 chipset and comes with one PCI Express x16 slot, allowing you to build a powerful gaming system using a very small case, and some extra features such as IEEE 802.11n WiFi connectivity and four USB 3.0 ports."
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