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Zeal-All's ZA-KB1650 merges Intel's H310 chipset and Nvidia GTX 1650 onto a single motherboard

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Zeal-All merges Intel's H310 chipset and Nvidia GTX 1650 onto a single motherboard

Zeal-All's ZA-KB1650 merges Intel's H310 chipset and Nvidia GTX 1650 onto a single motherboard

The Chinese company, Zeal-All has created a motherboard which combines an Intel LGA1151 CPU socket and Nvidia's Truing-based GTX 1650 graphics card into a single product. This product is called the ZA-KB1650, with Tom's hardware being the first to report on the product's existence. 

On Zeal-All's website, this motherboard's H310C chipset is said to support 6th,7th,8th and 9th generation core i3, i5 and i7 processors, something which isn't possible in normal consumer-grade 300-series motherboards. This factor alone makes the ZA-KB1650 an extraordinary motherboard design, even without considering its form factor and functionality. 

The Zeal-All ZA-KB1650 doesn't fit into industry-standard motherboard form factors, utilising a seemingly unique 324.95 x 197.48 mm footprint. The board features single HDMI/DisplayPort output, support for M.2 storage, a single SATA port and supports dual SODIMM (2133MHz) memory slots. 

The board is said to support Windows 7,8 and 10 as well as Linux, and support 19V DC power inputs. Storage-wise, options are limited and case-wise, users will have to fabricate their own enclosure to support this motherboard/GPU combo. Pricing for the Zeal-All ZA-KB1650 remains unknown.   

More information about Zeal-All's ZA-KB1650 is available on Zeal-All's website

  

Zeal-All merges Intel's H310 chipset and Nvidia GTX 1650 onto a single motherboard


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13-05-2020, 08:26:36

tgrech
Very interesting product, when considering the DC power inputs too this sounds like it's custom made for a "console killer" device or media PC.Quote

13-05-2020, 09:07:47

AlienALX
Linus has one. They are very expensive and glitchy. Really not a good idea at all.Quote

13-05-2020, 09:19:54

tgrech
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Linus has one. They are very expensive and glitchy. Really not a good idea at all.
Don't confuse idea and implementation, one could be fixed with board revisions and firmware updates, or it could lead to a better evolutionQuote

13-05-2020, 09:27:08

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by tgrech View Post
Don't confuse idea and implementation, one could be fixed with board revisions and firmware updates, or it could lead to a better evolution
It's not a consumer product. It is being made for stuff like terminals and so on. That's why the company who has them in China didn't really want to send Linus one.Quote

13-05-2020, 10:40:36

WYP
This isn't the same one that Linus had. He had the old model with a GTX 1050 Ti. This is a new product.Quote
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