Mini-ITX Goodies from Zotac and More

Mini-ITX Goodies from Zotac and More

Zotac is unusual in that in while most motherboard and graphics cards manufacturers are based in Taiwan, they are based in Hong Kong. The company has been only been around for around 6 years but they have been making some of the most interesting products around.

Zotac’s AMP! Edition of graphics cards, for example, have earned a reputation for being some of the fastest clocked cards around. On the motherboard side of things, they have also earned a reputation for being a mini-ITX specialist.

The Zotac GeForce GTX 680 AMP! Edition

Zotac has their recently launched GeForce GTX 680 and GTX 670 AMP! Edition cards on display at the show. As to be expected from Zotac, their clock speeds are amongst the highest in the market and the four thick, conspicuous heat pipes let everyone know that this is no ordinary graphics card.

Staying true to the company's specialization in mini-ITX motherboards, the A-75-ITX WIFI is based on the A75 chipset with WIFI connectivity that supports the yet to be released Trinity desktop APUs.

For those who don't want to fuss about, Zotac also has the ZBOX Giga, which uses the above-mentioned A75-ITX WIFI motherboard.

Although FM2 motherboards have been spotted aplenty at Computex (Gigabyte for instance has also shown off their FM2 motherboards), it will be some time yet before we get to see AMD's desktop Trinity APUs in the market.

Intel is represented as well, in the form of the H77-ITX WIFI.

Clearly, if anything, Zotac is cementing their reputation as being a mini-ITX motherboard specialist of sorts at Computex 2012.

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