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India's newest econobox has four wheels, four seats, 33 horsepower, and a two-cylinder engine with less displacement than a Big Gulp. The Nano is the most basic of automobiles, but it only costs about Zotac GeForce 9300 ITX grand, which is frankly astonishing for a brand-new car. I can't help but draw a comparison to Intel's Atom platform, because as a tech journalist and Top Gear addict, I am inescapably bound to lavish you with automotive analogies.
Intel designed the Atom for mobile Internet devices, but it really caught fire with netbooks and went on to spawn a growing collection of pint-sized desktop systems that inexpensively handle basic computing tasks. The trouble is, the small-form-factor PCs birthed by the Atom's popularity are hardly exciting platforms for enthusiasts.
For our own systems, we tend to want a little better than simply adequate performance and basic functionality. Nvidia's Ion platform looks like a promising upgrade for the Atom processor, which gets paired with a potent GeForce integrated graphics chipset.
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It's still small and practical, but with a lot more polish, a more generous feature set, and additional power under the hood. Unfortunately, the Ion concept's real-world performance is ultimately hampered by the Atom's general lack of grunt.
We've seen an Ion-based system have problems smoothly playing back at least one Blu-ray movie, and the platform's CPU resources are still too limited for speedy media encoding and gaming with the latest titles. The Ion platform is also stuck in a limbo of sorts; Nvidia has produced a solid reference design, but there are currently no shipping products based on it. What Zotac GeForce 9300 ITX have here, then, is a something with the potential to be entirely more powerful than a mere hot econobox.
With this, you could build the PC equivalent of a hot rod if you like, all while retaining the cute, compact form factor of a Honda Fit. Now that is an exciting enthusiast platform.
Those dimensions allow the board to squeeze into smaller enclosures than Micro ATX offerings, whose footprints are more than twice as large. The board sports an Zotac GeForce 9300 ITX socket with support for not only inexpensive dual-core chips, but also high-performance quad-core models. We should point out that the LGA socket doesn't have much of an upgrade path looking forward. But then there isn't one for soldered-on Atom CPUs, either.
Mini-ITX has seen a re-enlightenment in the last year, from its early introduction by VIA for use with its CPUs - these tiny platforms were often obscenely expensive and limited in features and power. We've hit a time where a tiny mini-ITX board can offer everything a full Zotac GeForce 9300 ITX system can, and for something the size of a GameCube or Dreamcast although, not quite Wii yetwe can have a full-HD capable home theatre PC. Five months after our original GeForce chipset review, we're looking at a new platform Zotac GeForce 9300 ITX also revisiting this awesome little HTPC chipset to see if Zotac has truly hit the nail on the head with a bundle no one else has matched to date.
Asus used to include it on most of its Deluxe boards many moons ago and occasionally there's still the odd board with The ZOTAC GeForce ITX WiFi pairs the GeForce graphics processor with Intel socket LGA processors€“ Intel Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Quad, Pentium.
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