Summary: After my initial review Zotac fixed their link to the BIOS update page. I updated my BIOS and now see fan speed settings. However, the fan control is still very rudimentary - it has only several speed presets, and none of which is temperature dependent.
Summary: This board has so much potential but unfortunately its incongruous features (e.g. voltage control for overclocking and underclocking, but no fan control) defeats the purpose of using it as a small form factor HTPC build.
Pros: Mini-ITX. Gigabit LAN. Two standard DDR2 slots. HDMI (via included DVI->HDMI dongle) with audio. Fanless integrated chipset (NB+SB). BIOS CPU voltage and multiplier controls. Memory voltage control. But none of these features mean much due to design flaw below.
Cons: Major flaw: Unlike most BIOes today, the BIOS on this mobo does NOT have any kind of fan control. It's not clear if it's due to bad BIOS design (this can be fixed with future BIOS updates) or the board just does not have any hardware monitor/control chip built in (there's no chance this will ever...