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Zotac H67ITX-C-E
6.4 out of 10

Zotac H67ITX-C-E

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Overall 8
8.0

Lot of value for the money

Thomas S., Newegg
8 August 2015
  • Summary: Of course, Zotac's support pages are incomprehensible as always, you better know what you need already. You can't even tell what is the latest driver to download, it's an ugly mishmash of a list, and there is virtually no faq or other documents about this board.
  • Pros: This comes with a lot of stuff, USB 3.0, SATA 6gbs, and a good wireless card with antennas, (connects at 300Mbps, the fastest my router goes), and is a great value for the money. It works fine, has the latest bios and no issues, except for the age of the main chipset, the H67. I had no issues wit...
  • Cons: Well, the H67 does not support Intel Rapid Storage Technology cache drives, which I spent a long time trying to set up before I checked and realized it is not supported. It is kind of a strange amalgam of old chipset and modern USB and Sata, hence the cheap price. But both seem to work well.
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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

Anh N., Newegg
6 August 2015
  • Summary: Other than the MB temp. senor and CPU Cooler clearance issue. I am very happy with this MB. Only came with 1 year warranty so you might want to buy extended warranty from NewEgg just in case.
  • Pros: Yea, this mother board support ivy bridge right out of the box !!! MB came loaded with a lot of feature 6 SATA, WiFi-N, Optical S/PDIF, there for it is a really best bang for buck for a BASIC Mini ITX MB!!!
  • Cons: Very basic bios no OC CPU, RAM (1600mhz Max) or has the option to load XMP stepping . Be sure to goes into bios and change the SATA IDE to AHCI prior to instal any NEW OS or rebuild PC. Every thing work accept for the busted temperature sensor on the MB, in which tell how hot the MB it. The MB te...
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Overall 8
8.0

working great

Bernardo E., Newegg
4 August 2015
  • Summary: overall a good board and fits all my stuff in my case.
  • Pros: does what it needs to do, wifi is a nice touch but could of been better with N, It has enough connections for my devices and gpu.
  • Cons: really would of liked wireless N for those times when ethernet is out of reach.
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Overall 8
8.0

Decent board

Jurel J., Newegg
27 July 2015
  • Pros: Works with my I5 3470 right out the box. No need for a bios update to run the Ivy Bridge cpu.
  • Cons: Pretty basic Bios interface. Does not support 1866mhz or higher ram. I will be switching to an Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe.
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Overall 8
8.0

Good little board

Chris K., Newegg
10 July 2015
  • Summary: I used an Acrtic Freezer 7 cpu cooler and the fan bracket rubs the screws that hold the heatsink to the PCB of my GPU. I Just put some electrical tape across all contact points and continued on my merry way. It's working great so far.
  • Pros: Integrated wifi - n, with good range generally good layout for everything PCIe x16 USB 3.0 booted up first time with no problems. Runs 16GB Mushkin 1600MHz ram with no issues besides lowering the freq to 1333. It also ran with 8GB 1600MHZ Gskill Ripjaws. Windows 8 compatible
  • Cons: Not dual channel wireless or a super fast standard for 2.4. cpu socket location is close to the PCI slot. 1300MHz Ram instead of up to 1600MHz.
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Overall 8
8.0

Strong board with a few issues

Michael B., Newegg
16 December 2011
  • Summary: * Some unusual options for the BIOS. I don't know why anyone would want to play their little mini-games instead of booting into the OS, but MSI allows them. * Strange issue when I connected an external HDD to transfer files over, whereby it tried to treat the external drive as the boot disk...
  • Pros: Solid connectivity for a micro- board. Good overclocking capabilities. Very stable. Easy install.
  • Cons: * No ability to undervolt the memory or CPU. It'll let you add an obscene number of volts to either of them, but to help my HTPC keep quiet I was hoping to be able to undervolt the processor and RAM, and it wouldn't allow me to do this. * By default, runs the CPU fan at full speed regardless of t...
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Overall 8
8.0

Great Board - First Build

Kevin J., Newegg
3 December 2011
  • Pros: Post on the first try. Compact has all bells and whistles a HTPC would need and more.
  • Cons: No Bluetooth, had to buy extensions for USB headers
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Overall 8
8.0

Pretty awesome

Paul N., Newegg
2 August 2011
  • Summary: Core i3-2100 underclocked to 2.20ghz Zotac H67ITX-C-E Antec ISK 300-65 Crucial M4 CT064M4SSD2 1tb hard drive (ripped from an external hard drive) Yes this runs on a 65w power supply. I was pleasantly surprised.!
  • Pros: Awesome motherboard. Was able to underclock a core i3-2100 with this mobo. Compact, lots of features,
  • Cons: Wifi SUCKS like wow can't connect to a network that is in the other room.
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Overall 8
8.0

cannot build an 18TB file server

Yin W., Newegg
16 July 2011
  • Summary: Various online reviews commented the possibility of using the board to build an 18TB file server. I was tempted. After all, a 18TB NAS system easily costs 10k or more. I knew booting from a 3TB drive is impossible without UEFI, but I was hoping to create a small partition through Intel RAID.
  • Pros: The best 1155 ITX board with 6 SATA ports. Numerous features and very fast boot, as reported by SilentPCReview.
  • Cons: I wish Zotac replaced the wifi card with something more useful.
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Overall 8
8.0

Great little board, not without cons

Ed L., Newegg
6 May 2011
  • Summary: I've been waiting for this board to come out ever since I saw the announcement for my new Home Server. The 6 on-board SATA ports were a must for my configuration and drove my decision to wait for release.
  • Pros: Compact size, 6x SATA ports (2x SATA III and 4x SATA II) make it great for a small home server. It has a ton of functionality built in, so you won't miss having only one expansion slot. WHS 2011 runs on it just fine. Paired with a Lian Li PC-Q08 case, you can have a lot of computer in a very smal...
  • Cons: For the price, I expected a little bit more. Others have pointed out the poor quality of the wireless adapter, though I don't have any experience with it (don't use it). BIOS also leaves a bit to be desired, as tweaking functionality is somewhat limited. I have low voltage DDR3 RAM (1.3v) and I c...
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