CES 2011: H67 + GT430 from Zotac Posted on 07/01/2011 at 06:49 by Damien
At CES Zotac has been showing a rather unusual mini-ITX H67 prototype motherboard. Designed for the freshly announced Sandy Bridge CPUs, it includes an NVIDIA GF108 - a GeForce GT 430. Zotac, cleverly going for fanless cooling, hasn’t however been able to confirm how much memory it has nor the clocks or the size of the memory bus. In any case and although it is still an entry-level solution, the idea is to offer better graphics performance than you get with the integrated Sandy Bridge graphics core.
To top things off, a wi-fi module has also been built-in. Although no price has been given yet, Zotac is talking about availabilty in time for CeBIT in March.