ZOTAC GEFORCE 9300 ITX WIFI MODULE DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||2.2 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, 2008, Vista, 2003, XP, Other|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
ZOTAC GEFORCE 9300 ITX WIFI MODULE DRIVER
The massive heatsink over the chipset truly dominates the lower half of the board while there is ample room around the CPU to add a decent low-profile heatsink for those users looking to put this board into an HTPC system.
Available ports include six USB 2. All of these features makes this board an optimal solution for mid-range HTPC systems that can easily be hidden in a wooden box or tucked away neatly anywhere in someone's entertainment center. The bottom of the board hosts one PCI-E x16 expansion slot that is a key feature for those users looking to do some mid-range gaming on this board.
Its success can simply be expressed by the fact that Apple's entire new product lineup from desktops to Macbooks are all equipped with this system chipset. You can actually have a decent gaming platform out of these and have silky smooth Full HD video playback of Zotac GeForce 9300 ITX WiFi Module content - all of which says quite a bit of its power under the hood against past IGP implementations.
Oh, and it's low profile - it's a win-win-win. The Ion platform is also stuck in a limbo of sorts; Nvidia has produced a solid reference design, but there are currently no shipping products based on it.
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What we have here, then, is a something with the potential to be entirely more powerful than a mere hot econobox. With this, you could build the PC equivalent of a hot rod if you like, all while retaining the cute, compact form factor of a Honda Fit.
Now that is an exciting enthusiast platform. Those dimensions allow the board to squeeze into smaller enclosures than Micro ATX offerings, whose footprints are more than twice as large.
The board sports an LGA socket with support for not only inexpensive dual-core chips, but also high-performance quad-core models. We should point out that the LGA socket doesn't have much of an upgrade path looking forward.
Experience the perfect digital home experience with the ZOTAC GeForce ITX WiFi. Harnessing the power of a NVIDIA GeForce graphics processor.
The ZOTAC GeForce ITX WiFi pairs the GeForce graphics processor with Intel socket LGA processors â€“ Intel Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Quad.