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Fullsize board features, rolled into miniITX formfactor.
Standard desktop part expansion support.
UEFI BIOS with support for 3 TB drives.
Intel XMP profile support for XMPenabled DIMMs.
High build quality using highend components.
Relatively low price.
Eight USB 3.0 ports.
Wireless and Bluetooth suport.
Desktop DIMM slots.
BIOS options not truly ready for decent overclocking on "locked" AMD APUs.
No included software.
Small size completely incompatible with the majority of aftermarket cooling solutions.
No CPU bus adjustment options.
Performance lags behind the competitors.
More expensive than competiton.
By techPowerUp! on April 27, 2012
As an HTPC board, the ZOTAC A75-ITX WiFi definitely meets my needs, providing a stable, reliable base for HTPC use. However, there are ZERO overclocking options, so many users will not be impressed, but for me personally, overclocking and HTPC should...
By Vortez on March 14, 2012
£115 ZOTAC are a long standing manufacturer of ITX motherboards which has in turn become a popular niche market for small form factor enthusiasts. The desire for uncompromised solutions in an unimposing 6.7 x 6.7 inch dimension comes fairly strong...
By Bjorn3D on December 09, 2011
Zotac has a very unique strategy when comes to products. Rather than competing against big companies like Asus, Gigabyte, and MSI for the high-end performance motherboards, Zotac focuses on small form factor boards. This is a smart move for Zotac...
By Overclockers Club on December 08, 2011
It wouldn't make sense to use an ITX board as the backbone of an expensive gaming rig, but ITX motherboards do have there uses. For example, it would make a lot more sense to use an ITX board in an HTPC build as opposed to a full sized ATX...
By Bit-tech.net on November 03, 2011
The A75-ITX WiFi is a great technical achievement, as the board is almost as fully featured as its full-sized ATX cousins, and we tip our collective hat to Zotac for cramming so much kit onto such a tiny board. Unfortunately, although a tiny...
By TechwareLabs on October 18, 2011
Overall, the Zotac A75-ITX WiFi was an excellent little motherboard. With its tiny form factor, built-in WiFi and bluetooth, and FM1 socket, it is obviously aiming square at the HTPC market and hitting its mark. But with its support of USB 3.0, SATA...
By Tbreak.com on October 05, 2011
Zotac is one of the few manufacturers who regularly release HTPC friendly motherboards that are mATX and ITX sized. The only thing I’m expecting out of these puny motherboards is average performance, but a full set of connectivity features to make...
By TechRadar on September 23, 2011
Zotac is really making a mark for itself as a motherboard manufacturer, especially in the small form factor arena, and this Zotac A75-ITX WiFi certainly looks to continue that trend.We checked out the Z68-ITX WiFi a little while back and its...
By AwardFabrik on April 23, 2012
– wie macht sich der Ivybridge in einen HTPC? Diese Frage lässt sich eigentlich leicht beantworten, nämlich mit einem „Nahezu perfekt“. Allerdings gibt es auch hier ein „Aber...“. Zuerst aber zu den Gründen,...
By PC-Max on January 04, 2012
Am Ende unseres Tests angekommen, sind wir weder enttäuscht noch sonderlich überrascht vom A75-ITX WiFi aus dem Hause Zotac. Die winzige Hauptplatine verrichtet ihre Arbeit zuverlässig und stabil. Features in Form zusätzlicher...
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