ZOTAC A75-ITX WiFi Pro Reviews
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"The Zotac A75-ITX WiFi is worth considering if you are looking to build a small system with an AMD A8 Llano processor. However, keep in mind that the board has poor SATA and USB 3.0 performance when you consider your building components."
"One slight disappointment I found with the Zotac A75-ITX WiFi was its lack of overclocking features. Right out of the gate I wasn't expecting it to have any, but the fact that it had an overclocking section of the BIOS without any overclocking options was a bit of a let down. Hopefully in a future update, Zotac will either remove this portion of the BIOS or give the user the ability to actually change settings needed to overclock. Other than that, it was a great motherboard that I'd recommend to anyone looking for an ITX solution. The board is a bit pricey, but for what it is and does, I'd say it's worth it. Besides, all you really need to do is add memory, an HDD, and a PSU, and you've got yourself a nice little HTPC!"
"As an HTPC board, the ZOTAC A75-ITX WiFi definitely meets my needs, providing a stable, reliable base for HTPC use. However, there are ZERO overclocking options, so many users will not be impressed, but for me personally, overclocking and HTPC should only mix in specific situations, and a build with AMD's Fusion APUs is definitely not that situation, so this is of little consequence for my scoring of this product."
"Overall, the Zotac A75-ITX WiFi was an excellent little motherboard. With its tiny form factor, built-in WiFi and bluetooth, and FM1 socket, it is obviously aiming square at the HTPC market and hitting its mark. But with its support of USB 3.0, SATA 6.0 Gb/s, and a discreet x16 graphics card, Zotac proves that features don’t have to be sacrificed to reach its HTPC goal. At its retail price of about $150, it costs more than the competition, but for someone who is looking for the all-in-one package, it is hard to beat."