Zotac Z68-ITX WiFi Review
No the writing isn't huge, the box is a mere 8 inches square. It's a wonder of compactness. In fact when you see how much stuff has been squeezed into this we're surprised Zotac haven't won some kind of environmental award because there isn't even a twig wasted on creating the card for the box, much less a tree.
We've got the standard inclusions of power adaptors, SATA cables and IO shield, along with the driver CD and manuals. There is an 8-pin EPS12V extension cable included which is a boon if you've got an inflexible bunch of PSU cables.
And here is the board. It's not often that our photographs highlighting the various features of a motherboard cover the whole thing, but such is the excellent job in rearranging Zotac have done that's the case.
Starting with the PCIe x16 socket. This is phenomenally close to the CPU socket which creates a slight problem we'll see on the next page. For now though it shows that if you wanted to you could stuff a GTX590 in this and create a monster gaming rig from a 7" motherboard.
Memory capacity is only two DIMM slots, but with higher density RAM available this is plenty for 8GB and yet still get the dual-channel benefits. It's worth paying a little attention to the "Super Overclock" marking on the board, because all is not as it seems.
Like the EPS12V socket, the SATA ports have been relocated to help make the most of the tiny footprint. Being so much further from their normal spot it's worth double-checking you've got longer cables.
Round the back we have a lot of connection points. Four USB 2.0, 2 USB 3.0, 2 HDMI, a combi PS2 port, LAN, Audio and WiFi antenna.