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    Anyone seen any Sandy Bridge mITX yet?

    I've seen them previewed but non for sale or even mentioned on any mobo makers website.

    All the full ATX and mATX are out there already. Hope it doesn't mean I'll have to wait ages for any to be released.

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    Re: Anyone seen any Sandy Bridge mITX yet?

    Model: Zotac H67-ITX WiFi

    Chipset:
    Intel® H67 Express
    CPU Socket:
    LGA1155
    Form Factor:
    mini-ITX
    Memory Size:
    Up to 16GB
    Memory Slots:
    2x 240-pin DIMM
    Memory Type:
    DDR3-1333
    Onboard LAN:
    10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet Wireless: 802.11n (300 Mb/s)
    Onboard Video:
    Intel® HD Graphics 2000/3000 ready

    Package Contents:
    4x SATA cables
    1x DVI-to-VGA adapter
    1x I/O back plate
    2x WiFi antennas
    1x 4-pin power extension cable
    1x USB 3.0 header (full-size bracket)
    1x USB 3.0 low-profile bracket
    PCI 1x Mini-PCI Express (occupied by WiFi card)
    PCI Express x16 1 x PCI Express x16
    SATA: 2x SATA 6.0 Gb/s, 4x SATA 3.0 Gb/s), 1x eSATA
    USB: 4x USB 3.0 (2 on back panel, 2 on pin header), 8x USB 2.0 (4 on back panel, 4 on pin header)
    Video Ports: 1x DVI, 1x HDMI, 1x DisplayPort
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    Model: Intel DH67CF

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    CPU Socket:
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    Form Factor:
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    Memory Size:
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    Memory Slots & Type:
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    Onboard LAN:
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    2x USB 3.0
    5x Audio
    1x SPDIF
    1x 10/100/1000 LAN
    1x eSATA
    1x HDMI
    1x DVI-I
    1x Display Port

    Internal
    6x USB 2.0
    3x SATA (3GB/s)
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    Re: Anyone seen any Sandy Bridge mITX yet?

    Quite a few retailers have them for sale ATM.

    The cheapest I can find currently is the Foxconn H67S which is around £65 to £70 from CCL Computers,Microdirect and OcUK.


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    Re: Anyone seen any Sandy Bridge mITX yet?

    no decent reviews out yet
    there is one for the zotac board but from other forum comments zotac customer service is crap and not worth the hassle
    personally I'm waiting for the gigabyte p67 itx board

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    Re: Anyone seen any Sandy Bridge mITX yet?

    A few have started filtering through but I didn't realise until the reviews started coming out that H67 mobo's are completely non-overclockable. I might wait for the Gigabyte P67 board but then it probably won't have UEFI.

    *sigh* might be waiting for Z68 or to see what AMD manage to do with Bulldozer at this rate.

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    Re: Anyone seen any Sandy Bridge mITX yet?

    Quote Originally Posted by tarqueen View Post
    I might wait for the Gigabyte P67 board but then it probably won't have UEFI.

    *sigh* might be waiting for Z68 or to see what AMD manage to do with Bulldozer at this rate.
    I agree. The Gigabyte boards don't seem to have uefi. P67 is unlikey for a mini-itx. Z68 is still a rumour although there are one or two odd looking motherboards about. And AMD is hinting that Bulldozer is quite good.

    Like you, I'm going to wait a while to see if Z68 comes out and how Bulldozer performs. If nothing else, prices should have down a little bit by then!

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