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Wednesday, 11 August 2010 12:34

Zotac rolls out its new H55-ITX WiFi motherboard

Written by Slobodan Simic
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With USB 3.0

Zotac has announced the latest addition to its line of mini-ITX motherboards, the H55ITX-C-E. The new one is based on the H55ITX-A-E released quite a while ago, but also adds USB 3.0 support.

The rest of the specs include a support for Intel's LGA 1156 CPUs, a single PCI-Express x16 slot, two DDR3-1333 slots, six SATA 3.0 Gbps ports, integrated 802.11bgn WiFi, two USB 3.0 and bunch of USB 2.0 ports, DVI and HDMI outputs, eSATA, and integrated audio.

Same as the H55ITX-A-E, this one is also quite well packed and offers almost anything that you might need on a 17x17cm mini-ITX form factor. The new one should show up in retail/e-tail pretty soon with a price tag similar to the H55ITX-A-E that sells at around €120.

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Last modified on Wednesday, 11 August 2010 13:40
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-2 #1 xavdeman 2010-08-11 20:57
Damn that WLAN chip takes up a lot of PCB space. Also who needs 6 SATA ports on an ITX mobo? Placement is nice though. Hey are there any SLI / Crossfire ITX boards for single slot GPU's of course?
 
 
0 #2 iicsus 2010-08-12 09:15
Don't think so. I believe mini-itx only supports one expansion slot.
 

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