Reviews and Problems with Zotac GeForce 9300-ITX WiFi (GF9300-D-E)
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Nifty little motherboard, issues with USB ports waking up.
Roger Gardner, Amazon
21 February 2011
Summary: Built a nice little HTPC using this motherboard and it works well. It handles HDMI output with audio and HD video playback without a struggle. My only complaint is that sometimes the USB port where the wireless keyboard dongle/receiver resides doesn't wake up with the system. It may be a setting in BIOS or just a flaw but I didn't have time to research it. Pulling out the dongle and reinserting it "fixes" it for now.
Summary: Pros: - Accepts desktop processors - plenty of SATA ports - graphics chipset is great for a media center - linux support for all components Cons: - requires 4pin power, which note all mini-itx cases have - be careful that you don't overload your power supply
Awesome board! Buy it now! Buy two, they're cheap!
Darren R. Starr, Amazon
11 April 2010
Summary: Bought one of these when I saw it on a shelf at a local computer shop. I didn't need it, didn't have any case to put it in, didn't have a spare power supply to test it with, but I had to have it. Brought it home, started searching for cases and parts for it. The good Requires a power supply, a CPU, a DIMM and a hard drive or compact flash card with adapter to build a full PC.
Summary: This is an amazing Motherboard. Packs a ton of stuff and works great. LOVE the small form factor and had it over 6 months and both XP and Vista (dual boot) work PERFECTLY on it. I had tried several other small form factors and this one by far is the best one.