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Thursday, 22 September 2011 11:03

Zotac A75 based ITX board

Written by Fudzilla staff


HTPC on steroids
Zotac is teasing HTPC lovers with some brief messages and sneak peeks on its Facebook and rumor has it the outfit will launch an interesting motherboard based on AMD’s A75 chipset.

Asrock and Asus have already launched mini-ITX boards for AMD A-series APUs, but Zotac seems to be aiming a bit higher. The A75ITX-A features a total of eight USB 3.0 ports, HDMI 1.4a, WiFi, PCIe x16 slot and a host of other features. It even has two Ethernet ports, for an extra dose of overkill. The board is certified to run just about any A-series APU, including 100 watt models.

Lately Zotac has been focusing on the nettop market and we can only hope that it will introduce a nettop based on the A75 platform as well.
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0 #1 gsacks 2011-09-22 16:24
When I bought my ITX socket 775 (Nvidia 9300 chipset) from Zotac several years ago I had reservations. But besides a very well documented issue with lacking wake-on-usb which was fixed in a subsequent revision of the board, it has been my most stable build ever. Running a 2.8ghz core2 CPU 4GB DDR2 and 500GB 2.5" HD, all off of a 100watt power brick and mini-box DC-DC power supply. Plays blu-rays and rips beautifully at 1080p. Zotac makes great boards for the mini-HTPC market. They tech support is lacking though.
 

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