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Old 07-28-2011, 07:27 AM   #1
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Title: Zotac Z68-ITX WiFi Motherboard
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"Zotac is establishing itself as one of the major Mini-ITX motherboard manufacturers. For the new Intel Z68 chipset, this manufacturer released two models, the Z68-ITX WiFi (a.k.a. Z68ITX-A-E, USD 170)..."

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Old 08-02-2011, 09:48 AM   #2
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Default Which Zotac Board Is This?

This sure looks like the "lesser" board that Newegg is selling at $170, not the fancier one that goes for the $220 indicated in the article.

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The answer for your question is at the very first paragraph of the article:

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Zotac is establishing itself as one of the major Mini-ITX motherboard manufacturers. For the new Intel Z68 chipset, this manufacturer released two models, the Z68-ITX WiFi (a.k.a. Z68ITX-A-E, USD 170) and the Z68-ITX WiFi Supreme (a.k.a. Z68ITX-B-E, USD 210). Both come with integrated WiFi, but the latter also has an integrated GeForce GT 430 graphics chip. Let’s take a look at the Z68-ITX WiFi model.
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The answer for your question is at the very first paragraph of the article:
Thanks for the clarification. I was led astray by the "real time pricing" immediately above the paragraph in question; it cites the fancier model.

I'm really hot to build an ITX Z68 box. If only I could combine certain features of both of these guys. I need dual DVI outputs for my two monitors (which the fancier board has), would strongly prefer to have more than the two USB ports that the fancier board has - the board under review has four - and feel better about regular desktop memory that the reviewed board has. The fancier board uses laptop memory. The money is burning a hole in my pocket, but...

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Thanks for the clarification. I was led astray by the "real time pricing" immediately above the paragraph in question; it cites the fancier model.
This is happening because the product is out of stock, and the system pulls the closest product available.
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