Reviews and Problems with Zotac GeForce 9300-ITX WiFi (GF9300-I-E)
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Great Budget PC Build mobo. Wi-fi and two HDMI's make it 1337.
16 December 2011
Summary: We use this for our budget PC build. Zotac makes one of the best mobo's that can handle more RAM and has ALL the features a $500+ pc would have. Utilizing this mobo, you can build a computer for less than $275.
Summary: I paired this board with a C2Duo e6300, 4gb ram and windows 7. It has enough horsepower to play games at low quality and does a great job with bluray and HD video. I did have to RMA the board once but Zotac customer service was easy to work with and I got the new board in less than 9 days from the date I shipped it. Great option and solid performing board.
Summary: Bought this for an HTPC running Windows 7 Home premium. Everything works great. One issue that I do have, with this motherboard, is the wireless is a little on the slow side. Streaming most content works fine, but, I also record HD TV, using a hauppauge 2250 card. The standard definition shows stream great, to my other PCs, but the HD jumps and stutters constantly. When I disabled the wireless and ran a cable to my router, it worked fine.
Summary: I've had this board about a month and it has worked flawlessly. It came right up and ran after installing in my system. Everything seems to work as I expected. The BIOS has extra features for overclocking but, I will probably never use on this setup and have no comment on that portion. This board was installed in an HP slimline which originally had a low performing single channel memory setup made by Foxconn. Thi Zotac was near a perfect replacement for the Foxconn.
Great Buy - Remember to clear CMOS and seat your memory well
A. Adesanwo, Amazon
17 February 2011
Summary: I got this board to replace my Intel DG45FC mainly because this had the Wifi add-on and a PCI-Ex16 slot. Once I swapped out my parts: CASE: APEX MI-100 (250W PSU - will be changing this soon) CPU: Intel E7200 Core 2 Duo MEM: G.SKILL 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400) HD: HITACHI Deskstar P7K500 500GB I hit the power button to boot it up and all I got was a blank screen...I thought I had a defective board.
Summary: I have been using this board in a newly built HTPC for about 4 months now - everything works perfectly as advertised. My system includes windows 7, 2 GB DDR 800 and a dual core 5300 cpu (2.6 Ghz). The Board allowed overclocking the CPU to 3.0 ghz - which is more than enough for my use. I use this mainly for Home Theater - playing movies (DVD rips) from my server and watching netflix/Hulu HD streams, and light gaming.