NVIDIA not only disturbed the performance-thru-extreme GPU segments of AMD with the GeForce GTX 670, but also rubbed salt on its wounds with an insultingly compact-yet-efficient PCB design of its reference design board. One of its bigger board partners, ZOTAC, is ready with a custom-design graphics card that keeps in tune with this design
We've been covering the GTX 680 since day one with our reviews of several different cards. Today we're doing something a little different. We're going to have a look at the competitive scene benchmarking performance of the GTX 680 using a cascade cooled Ivy Bridge i7-3770K on an ASUS P8Z77-V Deluxe. Zotac have kindly provided
How small can a desktop PC be without losing any features? Well, that’s a question that Zotac might be able to help us answer, as its new ZBOX nano XS AD11 Plus manages to squeeze in an impressive amount of technology into the almost pocket friendly 106x106x37mm (WxDxH) computer.
There's something special about mini-ITX motherboards and of all the companies out there, Zotac is by far the best when it comes to cramming as many features as possible onto the small 140x140mm form factor. The company has announced two new models sporting Intel's new 7-series chipsets, the Z77-ITX WiFi and the H77-ITX WiFi A.
When it comes to mini-ITX motherboards, Zotac has built itself quite a reputation, but as far as ATX models go, Zotac seems to have mostly kept out away. Now the company is looking set to actually launch a full-size Z77 motherboard in the shape of the ZT-Z77 Crown-U1D which shares quite a lot with the ZT-Z68
Chinese website Expreview has shared out images of a new micro-ATX motherboard from ZOTAC based on Intel's H67 chipset which could be quite the attraction for budget conscious HTPC / SFF builders.
For those of you that are into small high-end motherboards, Zotac was showing off no less than three new models at CES intended for Intel's upcoming Ivy Bridge processors. Two were based on the H77 chipset and one on the Z77 and in typical Zotac style all three features on-board Wi-Fi.
Showing off sneak peeks of upcoming products have become quite the trend these days, either on Facebook or Twitter and according to Zotac's Facebook page, the company is going to introduce at least one new product tomorrow. So far there are only a couple of pictures that don't give away too much detail, just enough
After having seen Zotac's dual core VIA Nano X2 powered ZBOX nano at Computex back in June, we were surprised when the company launched an AMD E-350 powered model instead of the VIA mode, but lo and behold, the VIA version has arrived, well, at least in Japan. We have as yet to see an
If you're on the hunt for a tiny PC – and we're not talking Mac mini small here, we mean really tiny – then Zotac might just have what you're after in the shape of its ZBOX nano, a 127x127mm AMD E-series APU powered computer. It might not have the most powerful hardware, but
Zotac introduced the GeForce GTX 580 Inifinity Edition which features a customised watercooling solution.
If there's one market where things moves slowly, as in slower than paint drying, then it's the display interface industry as it's the year 2011 and we're still using a display connector that first came out in 1987, namely the good old D-sub. This was meant to be replaced by the DVI port and more
It's been a while since Zotac launched an ATX motherboard, in fact Zotac's last ATX form factor motherboard was based on Intel's X58 chipset back in 2009 and it's not exactly what we'd call an impressive motherboard in terms of features and layout. Fastforward to now and pictures of an upcoming Z68 from Zotac has
Finalised. We see loads of upcoming motherboards, graphics card and have sorted them out based on different manufacturers. Enjoy.
Finally some none AMD motherboard news in the shape of two new mini-ITX boards from Zotac with Intel's Z68 chipset. The boards haven't even been officially unveiled by the company as yet, which we would expect to happen next week at Computex, but both boards are already listed for sale in Japan. Updated: More detailed
The recently released Nvidia GTX 560 comes in various forms. Different brands offer different clockspeed, coolers and also memory size. How do you decide which one to get?
ZOTAC today introduces the new FUSION-ITX WiFi A-series featuring the AMD E-350 APU platform with dual-core 1.6 GHz processor and Radeon HD 6310 graphics. It comes with an open ended x4 PCIe slot, eSATA, four SATA 6Gbps ports, 6 USB 2.0, 4 USB 3.0, 802.11n WiFi module, DisplayPort, DVI and HDMI video outputs, Optical S/PDIF