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ZOTAC GeForce 8200-ITX WiFi AM2+ Motherboard - The Box and What's Inside

ZOTAC really is making it big with the ultra small Mini-ITX format. Today we have an AM2+ based setup for approval. Does it get it?

| NVIDIA Chipset in Motherboards | Posted: Jan 25, 2009 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 86%      Manufacturer: ZOTAC

Package and Contents

 

ZOTAC Geforce 8200-ITX WI-FI Review

 

As always, if we are given a retail package, we like to have a look at what is packed in. Compared to the 630i-Wi-Fi ITX board we were given, ZOTAC has reduced the box size dramatically this time. The 630i came in a box size that would resemble a Micro-ATX motherboard, but the 8200 comes in the same size box we saw for Atom-ITX and EPIA boards. There was no information on the back of the box, so we saw no need to include it.

 

ZOTAC Geforce 8200-ITX WI-FI Review

 

ZOTAC provides the same documentation bundle as the 630i, but with changes to suit the AMD board. The Driver CD comes piled with XP and Vista drivers for both 32 and 64-bit versions as well as some Linux drivers.

 

ZOTAC Geforce 8200-ITX WI-FI Review

 

ZOTAC Geforce 8200-ITX WI-FI Review

 

As far as the accessories are concerned, what was included in the 630i Wi-Fi ITX is standard in the 8200 Wi-Fi ITX as well. For a recap, you get one SATA data cable and one SATA power converter along with one IDE cable that supports two drives. A DVI-I to HDMI converter and USB Wireless module as well as the rear I/O shield and a 180 degree rotating stick antenna are also in the box.

 

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