Zotac GeForce GF9300-I-E - Placa base Intel (zócalo LGA775, memoria DDR2)
Descripción del producto
Adaptador gráfico en tablero: Si
Ancho: 170 mm
Canales de salida de audio: 7.1 channels
Cantidad de puertos DVI-D: 1
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 6
Cantidad de puertos VGA (D-Sub): 1
Cantidad de puertos eSATA: 1
Características de red: 10/100/1000 Mbps
Controladores incluidos: Si
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) cantidad de puertos: 1
Familia de procesador: Intel
Memoria interna máxima: 8 GB
Niveles RAID: 0, 1
Número de conectores SATA: 3
Número de puertos HDMI: 1
Número de ranuras de memoria: 2
Procesador compatible: Celeron,Core 2 Extreme,Core 2 Quad,Pentium
Profundidad: 170 mm
Puerto de ratón PS/2: 1
Ranuras x16 PCI Express: 1
Socket de procesador: Socket T (LGA 775)
Tarjeta madre, factor de forma: mini-ATX
USB 2.0, conectores: 6
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One issue that I do have, with this motherboard, is the wireless is a little on the slow side. Streaming most content works fine, but, I also record HD TV, using a hauppauge 2250 card. The standard definition shows stream great, to my other PCs, but the HD jumps and stutters constantly. When I disabled the wireless and ran a cable to my router, it worked fine.
A while back I built a new computer for used as a combination master backend/frontend running Mythbuntu. I wanted to move the Zotac system to my living room and stream content from the new backend to the Zotac system, but I did not want to run a cable. As stated previously, the wifi included with the Zotac board was to slow to stream HD content. Also, for some reason, I could not install Mythbuntu on the Zotac system. When I unplugged the wireless device from the USB header on the motherboard I could successfully install Mythbuntu. I replaced the wireless adapter that came with the motherboard. in its place I installed a wireless pci card. When I did this, my previous issue with slow wifi was fixed as well.
Cons: I found that my external USB drive attached to it would cause it to hang on reboot. Also, I started running a VM on it and needed more memory. It was cheaper to buy a new motherboard supporting DDR3 and 8GB of DDR3 than to buy 8GB of DDR2-800, so I sold this system.
I use this mainly for Home Theater - playing movies (DVD rips) from my server and watching netflix/Hulu HD streams, and light gaming.
* Plays DVD and HD (1080P) videos with absolute ease! The video processing on this board is fantastic - DVD movies look just fine on my plasma: all from the onboard graphics.
* Has all necessary video/audio outputs for Home Theater use - I use the coax for audio and HDMI for video - you could use the HDMI for audio as well.
* Does not require expensive hardware to build a good movie watching system - cheap dual core, 2 gb ram (HD of course). Fits nicely in a APEX MI-008 case with a low profile cpu cooler.
* Decent audio processing for analog playback.
* Wake on USB signal.
Cons: At this price and with these features - NONE!
Overall this is a great board for movie/netflix viewing. I tried some newer game demos - almost all are playable under lower graphics settings - but there is a slot to add a video card for improved gameplay.
Once I swapped out my parts:
CASE: APEX MI-100 (250W PSU - will be changing this soon)
CPU: Intel E7200 Core 2 Duo
MEM: G.SKILL 4GB (2 x 2GB) DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 800 (PC2 6400)
HD: HITACHI Deskstar P7K500 500GB
I hit the power button to boot it up and all I got was a blank screen...I thought I had a defective board. I finally got it to work after clearing the CMOS and making sure my memory was well seated. Did a fresh install on Win7 64bit, installed the drivers and now my HTPC is back in business.
One thing I like about this board is that with my previous board (DG45FC), most of the time when it went to sleep due to inactivity, it would lose the video signal to my monitor, and I would have to restart the system. So far I have not had that issue with this board.
* Excellent Mini-ITX board, at a good price.
* PCI-Ex16 slot
* Wifi-Add on (its not 802.11n, but it works)
* Was able to overclock my Intel E7200 from 2.53 GHz to 3.2 GHz (still experimenting to find the max)
Cons: none really, except I needed to download the 64bit drivers online, as most are not included on the CD - the autorun app would not start in Win7 64bit.
It's definitely a board I would recommend for anyone wanting to build their own HTPC.