Zotac has two NVIDIA Ion based Mini-ITX motherboards

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 21 2009 @ 22:11 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Zotac has two new mini ITX motherboards based on the NVIDIA Ion platform, the IONITX-A-U and IONITX-B-E. The latter one has a single-core Intel Atom N230 while the first one features the dual-core Atom N330 processor. The tiny motherboard supports two DDR2 667/800MHz modules, three SATA II devices and has a mini PCI Express expansion slot.

In Japan the single-core version sells for 19 980 yen (approx. $202) while the dual-core version is priced at 29 980 yen (approx. $303).
The IONITX-A-U and IONITX-B-E come with Atom N330 Dual Core and Atom N230 Single Core processor respectively, and they both feature MCP79 chipset and built-in GeForce 9400 graphics processor to support PureVideo HD, CUDA and PhysX technologies. Equipped with HDMI, DVI and VGA outputs, they offer two DDR2 memory slots to support maximum DDR2-800. As we can see, the CPU and GPU share a large aluminum cooling rib with an eye toward total quietness.
More info at Expreview.

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