Released October, 2010
The Pros:All the back panel connections a person is likely to need for a home theater setup. Small enough and with low enough power needs to be placed in a car as a mobile PC. Runs very stable for long periods, doesn't tend to need a reboot.
The Cons:Running Windows 7 with Windows Media Center tends to get lagged with audio that won't sync, need to use a different setup. Not a lot of processing room to spare, can't handle games at all. Slow performance when browsing the web.
The IONITX-N-E is a single-core Intel motherboard unit from the Zotac company that offers an alternative to the other models in the IONITX product line. Featuring a 1.3-gigahertz Intel Celeron processor, this model is fitted with an Nvidia Ion chipset for optimal graphic resolution.
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Nvidia has also contributed its PureVideo HD technology for smooth, high frame-rate HD content playback, alongside its Cuda interface and MediaShield storage and security system. Optimized for Microsoft's Windows 7 Premium operating system, the motherboard also comes ready to support Microsoft DirectX 10 developer software for programming and coding applications. A DDR3 memory module is included with expandability up to 8 gigabytes, while three standard SATA and one eSATA bay both running transfer speeds of 3-gigabytes per second are available for physical storage needs. 7.1-channel audio playback is available via the IONITX-N-E's HDMI output, with multi-monitor support made possible by Nvidia's nView technology. 10 USB 2.0 ports are included in all, with 802.11n WiFi signal transmission available for consistently high signal strength.
- 1.3GHz single-core Intel Celeron internal processor
- Nvidia Ion graphics processing
- Nvidia PureVideo HD technology
- Integrated WiFi
- 3 SATA 3GB/s bays
- 1 eSATA 3GB/s bay
- HDMI support with 7.1-channel audio
- DDR3 memory expandable up to 8GB
- Microsoft DirectX 10 support
- Microsoft Windows 7 Premium capability
User Reviews (1)
all the back panel connections a person is likely to need for a home theater setup
small enough and with low enough power needs to be placed in a car as a mobile PC
runs very stable for long periods, doesn't tend to need a reboot
board stays cool even without a fan, good for silent running
running Windows 7 with Windows Media Center tends to get lagged with audio that won't sync, need to use a different setup
not a lot of processing room to spare, can't handle games at all
slow performance when browsing the web
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