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Thread: ZOTAC nForce 610i Mini-ITX Motherboard




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    Default ZOTAC nForce 610i Mini-ITX Motherboard

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    Default Re: ZOTAC nForce 610i Mini-ITX Motherboard

    I was wondering if the reported power usage of the system under load (225W and idle 125W) was correct as is very high.
    I would have expected the power consumption for such Mini-ITX board (combined with the Intel E8500 - 65W TDP) to be 100-120W under load, and 60-80W idle.
    Last edited by ozbibi; 10-21-2008 at 08:38 PM.

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    Default Re: ZOTAC nForce 610i Mini-ITX Motherboard

    Also, could you provide details of which boards were used for comparison, as the only details provided were 'Intel G45' and 'VIA Nano'.

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    Default Re: ZOTAC nForce 610i Mini-ITX Motherboard

    First of all, I am a Zotac employee...
    Regarding the display output, Zotac do offer DVI+VGA dual-display in another similar model "Zotac NForce630i-ITX". Please refer to this URL:

    Zotac - It's time to play - nForce 630i ITX

    Thanks for your interest!

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    Default Re: ZOTAC nForce 610i Mini-ITX Motherboard

    Quote Originally Posted by WallaceAu View Post
    First of all, I am a Zotac employee...
    Regarding the display output, Zotac do offer DVI+VGA dual-display in another similar model "Zotac NForce630i-ITX". Please refer to this URL:

    Zotac - It's time to play - nForce 630i ITX

    Thanks for your interest!
    Small error at that link -- it says 4 SATA ports, but the image shows 2.

    More generally ...
    I hope Zotac updates these to nForce 730i / GeForce 9x00 chipsets PDQ. And in doing so make sure:
    * DL-DVI is supported
    * HDMI over DVI is supported
    * GbE added (even better 2x GbE :-)
    * and another two SATA would be nice.

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