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Zotac H67-ITX WiFi Review

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SpAceman 21st January 2011, 12:51 Quote
Pretty cool. If I ever got round to building a sff pc I would be very keen on one of these
deathtaker27 21st January 2011, 12:52 Quote
The BIOS at least managed to run our test memory at the maximum 1,333MHz that the P67 chipset supports.

Page 7 dude, I think you meant H67 ;)
bigkingfun 21st January 2011, 13:01 Quote
No power consumption info?
D B 21st January 2011, 13:07 Quote
For a briefest moment I lost my head and thought ... Dang! 33 FPS in Cryses with the built in graphics??!!!

....then I came to ;-)

(wouldn't THAT be something though?)
xaser04 21st January 2011, 13:34 Quote
Hmmm I am awaiting the the review of the Foxconn H67-S board as at £69 it makes for a perfect temporary mITX board until the full fat P67 models come along.

I am sorely tempted to change my Sandy Bridge build to a mITX form factor based around the excellent Silverstone SG07.

My idea was cheap H67 & 2600k now and then move over to the P67 when it comes out.
dunx 21st January 2011, 14:04 Quote
I have the H55 Zotac board and I liked the fact I've been able to OC my i5 665K !

Not likely to bother upgrading as it's quiet enough and doesn't need any more CPU muscle to be a decent HTPC build.

dunx
Xir 21st January 2011, 14:15 Quote
Woohoo! Crysis tests again!

Howcome Crysis is considered too old for garphics cards tests, but stays in the Mobo tests?
(And yes, it still is an application that REALLY taxes your system)
tozsam 21st January 2011, 14:54 Quote
What happens to the CPU's built in GPU when a graphics card is added to the motherboard? Does it add to the graphics grunt, or simply get deactivated?
Ipatinga 21st January 2011, 15:03 Quote
I like Zotac boards, but previous problems like "bricked bios" and "motherboard physical revision to correct some mistakes that disabled some cpu options" just sent me to Gigabyte and Asus.

Asus P8H67-I Deluxe is not cheap, but I found it to be a better deal... feature wise and less chance of problem in the future. Hope Gigabyte can deliver their GA-H67N-USB3 fast enough and even the much talked about GA-P67N version (if it's true)... to see how prices will turn out.
stupido 21st January 2011, 16:32 Quote
I also wait for a P67 based mini ITX to build powerful gaming/HTPC box...
this one could be quite good for classic HTPC or daily used PC that requires some more CPU muscle and not that much GPU muscle... except the price is a bit too high for such system...
xaser04 21st January 2011, 16:40 Quote
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Originally Posted by stupido
I also wait for a P67 based mini ITX to build powerful gaming/HTPC box...
this one could be quite good for classic HTPC or daily used PC that requires some more CPU muscle and not that much GPU muscle... except the price is a bit too high for such system...

Indeed, the motherboard is excellent (CPU socket location aside) but the price is just too high for this sort of board. The Foxconn (whilst lacking some features) is half the price...
miester7 21st January 2011, 18:14 Quote
I too am waiting for the foxconn review from bit-tech. I found 2 reviews of this board from other sites though:-

http://www.techradar.com/reviews/pc-mac/pc-components/motherboards/foxconn-h67s-917674/review?artc_pg=4

http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/motherboards/1281949/foxconn-h67s
Material 21st January 2011, 19:34 Quote
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Originally Posted by xaser04
Hmmm I am awaiting the the review of the Foxconn H67-S board as at £69 it makes for a perfect temporary mITX board until the full fat P67 models come along.
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Originally Posted by miester7
I too am waiting for the foxconn review

The Foxconn review is due to go up on Monday morning so not long to wait guys.
BrightCandle 21st January 2011, 20:38 Quote
What the Zotac has going for it is those 6 SATA ports. If you want to build a top high performance NAS then you really need 5 SATA ports (one for the boot drive and 4 in RAID 5 or RAID 1+0). Shame the IO performance isn't up to par really.
sear 22nd January 2011, 18:24 Quote
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Originally Posted by Xir
Woohoo! Crysis tests again!

Howcome Crysis is considered too old for garphics cards tests, but stays in the Mobo tests?
(And yes, it still is an application that REALLY taxes your system)
Probably because it puts strain on all parts of your system... memory, hard drive, motherboard, CPU and GPU all factor in to Crysis' performance, rather than just the CPU and GPU like so many other games. Crysis does things when it comes to AI, graphics etc. that most other games don't even come close to; I think only ArmA II is more advanced than Crysis.
TheLostSwede 23rd January 2011, 11:39 Quote
Wow, what a sloppy review, what's going on bit-tech? You're really losing your touch as a reliable source for good reviews :(
dunx 20th March 2011, 13:49 Quote
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Originally Posted by dunx
I have the H55 Zotac board and I liked the fact I've been able to OC my i5 665K !

Not likely to bother upgrading as it's quiet enough and doesn't need any more CPU muscle to be a decent HTPC build.

dunx
dunx 20th March 2011, 13:50 Quote
Till it fried it's VRM's... RMA in progress !

dunx
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