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7.7 out of 10

Zotac Z68-ITX WiFi (Z68ITX-A-E)

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Reviews and Problems with Zotac Z68-ITX WiFi (Z68ITX-A-E)

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Overall 2

It almost booted....I think...

Amazon Customer, Amazon
14 December 2011
  • Summary: Received the box in what appeared to be perfect shipping condition. Upon unboxing, I found that the back side of this board has a fair number of components that contaminate the CPU cooling backplate/mount area. My arbitrary choice of a Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus turned out to be a bad one, as the mounting plate is incompatible. Be VERY careful about your choice of cooling solutions.
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Overall 10

Awesome board - amazing features for Mini-ITX

eddiegi686, Amazon
10 March 2013
  • Summary: Lots of features, reasonable price, reliable, works great. There are some bad points about this board: - Displayport adapter is needed for VGA/DVI monitor connections on CPU built in graphics. - It does get quite warm in a small case, but I am running a minimalist embedded system with only CPU and Power supply fans.
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Overall 2

Fast beast shame about the short life...

M. S. Phung, Amazon
15 February 2012
  • Summary: Got very excited to finally get my hands on this board but sadly it's plagued with issues! first one was RAM slots, RMA that then new one seemed fine, cept some random crash reboots every now and then eventually stopped POSTing completely! Was enjoying the speed while it lasted, sigh! Looks like I'm gonna have to try the Asrock one...
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Overall 8

First play with an overclocking Mitx board

tim, Amazon
8 August 2011
  • Summary: I waited ages for this to appear in the UK so I could make a teeny PC. It got my 2600K running at 4.4 Ghz within 30 seconds of getting into the BIOS. Boots into W7 in 11 seconds, as measured by Bootracer !!! It doesnt get top reviews but sometimes people seem to miss the point of Mitx. To get a super fast PC in a super small box , there have to be a few compromises.90% of PCs only use a single PCI slot .
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