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Friday, 29 April 2011 10:15

Zotac launches Fusion ITX board

Written by Fudzilla staff


Passive cooling, WiFi, USB 3.0
Zotac has introduced its first AMD Fusion motherboard and the company appears to have spared no expense developing it.

Simply dubbed Zotac Fusion ITX, the board features all-solid capacitors, passive cooling and wireless. In addition, it features two USB 3.0 ports, 1 eSATA 6gbps port and DisplayPort on top of DVI and HDMI outputs.

Of course, like all other Brazos boards it is based on AMD’s E-350 processor and A50M FCH. However, there is a downside to packing all these neat features into an ITX board and it is price. At €129, it is the priciest Fusion board on the market, but then again it does offer some advantages over Asus’ E35M1-I Deluxe, which sells for €122 sans DisplayPort.

Retailers expect to start shipping Zotac’s Fusion ITX next week.

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-11 #1 mrgerbik 2011-04-29 14:53
Zotac... ewwwww - ASUS is becoming almost as bad these days IMO
Only Gigabyte for me (or maybe AsRock) thank you berry much :-)
 
 
-15 #2 MrScary 2011-04-29 16:18
Zotac is a premium maker, asus and gigabyte are lame, assrock is cheap and good value.

MSI, Power Color, HIS, XFX, AMD, are awesome.
 
 
+16 #3 The_Countess 2011-04-29 16:26
Quoting mrgerbik:
Zotac... ewwwww - ASUS is becoming almost as bad these days IMO
Only Gigabyte for me (or maybe AsRock) thank you berry much :-)




asrock = asus.
 
 
+16 #4 gsacks 2011-04-29 16:58
Quoting MrScary:
Zotac is a premium maker, asus and gigabyte are lame, assrock is cheap and good value.

MSI, Power Color, HIS, XFX, AMD, are awesome.

Zotac is hardly premium. I say this, owning a Zotac socket 775 board in my HTPC. They are well made motherboards with limited BIOS options. Solid, but not premium. ASUS/Gigabyte remain the premium brands in my eye. MSI is creeping back into the mix.
 
 
0 #5 The blue fox 2011-04-30 01:17
This would be awesome in a G4 case.
If it fit's
 
 
0 #6 JAB Creations 2011-05-11 21:24
Quoting mrgerbik:
ewwwww - ASUS is becoming almost as bad these days...(or maybe AsRock)


ASRock is a subsidy of Asus. Asus flooding markets with products is bad enough though do a search for something like an 890FX chipset motherboard and over HALF the products are ultimately Asus.
 

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