Zotac's Little H87-ITX Wi-Fi Motherboard Supports Haswell

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torquemator

What software can you run on it under Windows that will manage both GBEs, to balance network load between them and take full advantage of two wired GBE connections? I like the dual GBE, but short of expensive server OS load balancing software, I just don't know of anything that makes them overly useful in a gaming setup.

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Marseth

This would be a great home server board! I must get one.

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elias21

I like the size

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Formedras

I'd rather see an R-series proc on one of these. Not gonna happen in a socketed version, of course, since the R versions are BGA only. But a 4570R with the necessary changes to the mobo, and dropping the PCI-E to x8 or x4... that'd be great to have. (Also be a great base for a hackjob laptop.)

EDIT: Wait a tic... I think I've been interpreting the product line wrong. Uhh... any of the non-R proc have Iris Pro?

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xRadeon

This actually wouldn't be too bad for a pfSense box...

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John Pombrio

Dang, amazing specs for such a small form factor. Now if it only had Intel's best Haswell graphics engine on a socketed chip...

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Chronologist

I've been hearing rumors that Intel forgot to lock the multipliers for the H87 chipset, so that K series chips can actually overclock on these H87 chipsets without a Z chip. Can anyone verify?

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tom_m

It looks like ASRock found a way to overclock on H87:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=vLrk5WAA0Y8

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