01 ZOTACs micro ATX sized ZT H67D3 exposed

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.

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.

02 ZOTACs micro ATX sized ZT H67D3 exposed

Dubbed the ZT-H67D3, the board accomodates Core i3/i5/i7 LGA1155 processors and has quite a decent 6-phase VRM power setup going on along with the use of all-solid state caps.

03 ZOTACs micro ATX sized ZT H67D3 exposed

There are four DDR3 DIMM slots resident on the board supporting dual-channel operation. Expansion slots come in the form of a single PCI-E x16 slot, two PCI-E x1 slots and a legacy PCI slot. The board's storage sub-system comprises a couple of SATA 6Gb/s ports, three SATA 3 Gb/s ports and an eSATA 3 Gb/s port.

04 ZOTACs micro ATX sized ZT H67D3 exposed

Flicking around to the rear I/O section, Display connectivity is offered via a DVI, DisplayPort and HDMI port. Oddly there is no D-Sub port on the ZT-H67D3. Rounding out things, the board has 8-channel HD audio and Gigabit ethernet. Unfortunately there isn't a USB 3.0 controller on this board.

01 ZOTACs micro ATX sized ZT H67D3 exposed

On the upside, the board is expected to hit the retail market at just 399 RMB (about US $63).