Zotac Almost Squeezes Kitchen Sink into New Fusion ITX Motherboard

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FenixSS

Would a double width video card fit in there, say a Nvidia GTX 275?

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Eoraptor

Assuming you've got a big enough case, and don't mind losing the other slot, I don't see why not.

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Eoraptor

Assuming you've got a big enough case, and don't mind losing the other slot, I don't see why not.

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PCDoc

If it lasts for more than a year I'd be impressed. I haven't seen a Zotac board live longer than 9 months or so yet. I fell victim to the Lifetime Warranty a year or so ago and sorry that I did. I don't even try to return them anymore. Just eating the loss and moving on.

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aarcane

product page link doesn't work.

I wonder how well it would work with a SFF8088 sas card thrown into that x4 slot, and hooked up to a jbod with 24 drives for raidz.

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flo21

If the Mac Mini used this they'd sell pretty darn well

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PCLinuxguy

Amazing board. Definitely need to see aober build with this one. If i had the budget right now I think I'd use this board in the old HP 6630 I've got laying around. Heck I think Robert Heron (HD Nation-Revision3) needs to build a new htpc with one of these, maybe replace his current one :)

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bensen408

I have two old eMachines that use ITX mobo's that are in need of a complete rebuild. This just might work...

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Eoraptor

Hmmmm, now this is  board that might convince me to dabble in the ITX factor. I am in need of a new daily use machine for surfing and word processing.. the old Nforce 2 is great, bu it is beginning to show its age.

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iceman08

maybe we can see a build with this board?

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