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ZOTAC H67ITX-C-E LGA 1155 Intel H67 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Mini ITX Intel Motherboard

  • Intel H67
  • Core i7 / i5 / i3 / Pentium / Celeron (LGA1155)
  • DDR3 1333/1066
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Assemble the perfect small system for all your computing demands with the flexible ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi Mini-ITX platform. The ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi supports socket LGA1155 2nd generation Intel Core family processors with turbocharged Intel HD Graphics to let users select the perfect amount of processing power for their needs – whether it is dual or quad-core, with or without Intel HyperThreading technology.

Demanding gamers can install a standard PCI Express x16 ZOTAC graphics card in the H67-ITX WiFi to form a perfect miniature gaming PC that delivers big system power in a miniature. A mix of seven total SATA 6.0 Gb/s, SATA 3.0 Gb/s and eSATA ports with RAID 0, 1, 5 and 10 support on the ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi enable users to maximize storage connectivity and complete the ultimate home theatre PC or home file server.

  • newegg Supports the 2nd-generation Intel Core Processors (LGA1155) Based on the Intel H67 Express Chipset, the ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi supports the 2nd-generation Intel Core processors, including the Intel Core i7, Intel Core i5, and other Intel processors in the LGA1155 package. The 2nd-generation Intel Core processors feature optimized Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0, enhanced Intel Hyper-Threading Technology and stunning built-in visuals, which provide smarter performance and a seamless visual experience. (Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 and Intel Hyper-Threading Technology are not featured on all 2nd-generation Intel Core processors.)
  • newegg Mini ITX Form Factor The ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi features mini ITX form factor. The ultra-compact profile is perfect for home theater PC and thin client PC systems.
  • newegg USB 3.0 & SATA 6Gb/s Experience ultra-fast data transfers at up to 5Gbps with USB 3.0. The ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi offers four SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports to address the needs of higher performance connections between the PC and increasingly sophisticated peripherals (2 on back panel, 2 via pin header). Two onboard SATA Revision 3.0 ports promise a new level of performance with 6Gb/s link speed between storage devices and the host.
  • newegg More Premium Features The ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi offers premium features such as dual-channel DDR3 1333 memory support (16 GB max), RAID 0, 1, 5, and 10, 10/100/1000 LAN and IEEE 802.11n WiFi with 2 WiFi antennas included.
  • newegg HDMI Output The ZOTAC H67-ITX WiFi features an HDMI output for connecting your high-definition A/V equipment. With the HDMI interface ensuring lossless transmission of high-quality HD video and 7.1-channel audio signals, play back HD contents on your computer and view them on your large HDTV set for more comfort. DVI and DisplayPort are provided for more versatility.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year


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  • roger h.
  • 7/28/2015 12:31:47 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggslast of the 1155 m-itx

Pros: has everything i need for a mini itx light gaming machine. will support ivy bridge with bios update. has basic wireless without having to buy wireless card and take up your only expansion slot. have used zotac in the past.

Cons: i am not going to take off any eggs for the cons i list because i was aware of any shortcomings before purchasing. like many m-itx boards, the cpu socket is moved toward the pcie slot and many large hsf will not work without blocking said slot. i personally am using a dual core i3 and don't a large cooler. and if you don't plan on using the pcie slot for graphics card , then you can use large coolers. this board is a fairly old design an as such you will probably get one with an old bios that out of the box will only support sandy bridge. there are more recent bios that support ivy bridge but you must have a sandy bridge cpu in place to update with first. this is very common with first gen 1155 boards. also , the bios update consists of TWO parts. this is because the change from sandy bridge to ivy bridge entailed a large change in the intel management engine. the bios update has one part to update the cpu microcode and the other part to update the management engine. the bios is not for overclockers and since i am running a locked cpu , this doesn't bother me. keep in mind that most m-itx builds are small and struggle with heat anyways. the memory will default to the cpu support and can't be set higher. however, ivy bridge does support 1600 memory (sandy bridge only supports 1333) and if your 1600 memory with an ivb cpu is not at first detected as 1600, you can manually change that in bios.

Other Thoughts: i think this a fun little board to play with. there were few m-itx motherboards made for the socket 1155 (unlike socket 1150/haswell) and they are pretty much gone except for used boards. you can't beat the price when you consider you are only paying about the price of a featureless m-atx unit but getting a m-itx . i just purchased a second one of these before starting this review. my first build: siverstone sugo sg08 case with 600 watt psu and 180mm fan / zotac h67 m-itx mb / i3-3240 cpu / adata 8gb 1600 memory (2x4gb kit) / amd 6970 gpu / samsung 840 evo 250 gb ssd/ and seagate 1tb hdd.

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  • Jurel J.
  • 7/27/2015 10:44:04 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsDecent board

Pros: Works with my I5 3470 right out the box. No need for a bios update to run the Ivy Bridge cpu.

Cons: Pretty basic Bios interface. Does not support 1866mhz or higher ram. I will be switching to an Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe.

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  • Chris H.
  • 7/11/2015 12:20:18 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggstook a chance... it's junk. be warned

Pros: Mini itx board... the only size that will fit into my custom case and even then the top of the case had to be opened up for my massive passive heatsink. Which was the plan. It looks pretty but...

Cons: .... it's a paperweight.After reading the reviews I was leery but wanted to get this project going and this was one of the few boards that had the features I wanted. After ordering the board all new memory processor and 200 watt mini itx power supply and a Plexy 128 gig express ssd I sat down to put it all together for initial testing. No dice..... wont boot. Have tried everything possible and i even hooked it to a larger 500 watt power supply. It wont even post. I doubt that im going to even try and get it replaced due to the track record of these boards the only issue is besides replacing the board Im now stuck repkacing a new processor too because there are such limited choices for mini itx boards.Be very very warned, DO NOT BUY THIS BOARD!!!!!!! Your chances of getting a good unit are slim. The mini itx format is pretty touch andgo anyway and without excellent quality control, have a high probability of issues and failure.

Other Thoughts: The mini itx format is limited in quantity and qualty it seems... there are not a lot of good options for a smal quiet or silent home system that are stable and reliable. This board is a crapshoot not wort taking even at the low low price. As long as this board has been on the market it appears that I have gotten a rew 1.0 board which means.... sandy bridge, not ivy... which was perfectly okay for my needs but seriously. It seems manufactures invest nothing to put this junk out then dont bother to try and improve it.... I beleve I may stick with Gigabyte or Asus in the future If it were possible Id give this product ZERO eggs, It wouldnt let me. One egg by default.

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  • Chris K.
  • 7/10/2015 9:54:58 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

4 out of 5 eggsGood little board

Pros: Integrated wifi - n, with good range
generally good layout for everything
PCIe x16
USB 3.0
booted up first time with no problems.
Runs 16GB Mushkin 1600MHz ram with no issues besides lowering the freq to 1333. It also ran with 8GB 1600MHZ Gskill Ripjaws.
Windows 8 compatible

Cons: Not dual channel wireless or a super fast standard for 2.4.
cpu socket location is close to the PCI slot.
1300MHz Ram instead of up to 1600MHz.

Other Thoughts: I used an Acrtic Freezer 7 cpu cooler and the fan bracket rubs the screws that hold the heatsink to the PCB of my GPU. I Just put some electrical tape across all contact points and continued on my merry way. It's working great so far. I did have to orient it in such a way that it doesn't blow the heat out the back to keep from covering/hitting my RAM.

the wifi is very good for integrated. I had it connected to my tv for a few weeks and the router is 2 rooms away, approx. 40-50' and got full signal from my Asus n66u. It would drop a bar occasionally, but speeds never suffered. Even streaming 1080p from my network connected hdd had no problems.

Great board overall. I just wish it supported 1600MHz RAM, so I could take advantage of my 16GB set to it's fullest potential.

Decent Bios settings. Nothing too extravagant, but it's decent.

I used this to upgrade my old GT5408 Gateway case with an i5 2400 I had collecting dust. Using the original PSU, this setup is working great with a HD6750, samsung 840, 500 gb WD hdd, BD-R ODD, 16 GB RAM. I do have a new PSU on the way because I'm upgrading it to a R9 390. Can't wait to see how it does.

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  • Jeffrey P.
  • 7/8/2015 1:53:49 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPerfect for my needs

Pros: Had an Intel I5 2400, Silverstone SG05BB-450 case, and a 500 gig Seagate Sata III HD laying around and decided to see if any motherboards were available to build a computer. Found this one and since it is the only H67 board available on Newegg decided to give it a try in spite of the negative reviews.

Installed the board and processor, hooked up the HD, 8 gigs of DDR3 1333 ram, and loaded a Windows 7 64 bit operating system. No problems except the wireless driver which didn't show up on the installation disc screen So I utilized the hard wire gigabit LAN to download the Realteck Wireless lan driver from the Zotec website. The driver worked allowing me to utilize the wireless connection to post this evaluation.

After loading Windows ran "Orthos Blend" for 2 hours with no problems and CPU maximum temps of 59C.

The computer is located in the same room as my router so I can't vouch for the range on the wireless, but just speed tested a wireless download at 64.05 Mbps which is as fast as my Charter Spectrum can provide.

Have turned the computer on and off a number of times over the past 4 weeks and have not experienced any issues with beeps or failure to boot.

My CPU is a Sandy Bridge so I can't respond to the complaint about difficulty in updating the BIOS when using an Ivy Bridge processor although according to the Zotac website the BIOS that my board came with (Version 2K120907) will recognize Ivy Bridge processors.

USB 2 connections are all working fine.

USB 3 connections work fine but if the mouse or keyboard are plugged into those slots my computer would not wake from S3 sleep. This was supposed to have been fixed in a previous BIOS revision (2k110317), somehow my later BIOS didn't get the message. Not a problem for me since no problem waking from S3 sleep if the keyboard and mouse are plugged into USB2 ports.

No problems with fans running faster than they should.

I don't plan to undervolt so the lack of that feature was not important to me.

Turbo Boost is working so I am not sure what the problem was for the other user who had a Turbo Boost issue.

Subsequently added a Samsung 850 EVO SSD which along with the I5 2400 certainly makes this a very fast computer.

After finishing up went to the Zotac website and downloaded the drivers that were newer than those on the installation disk.

The board has exceeded my expectations for something that only cost $49.99. Hope it works as well for you.

Cons: If keyboard and mouse are plugged into USB3 ports would not wake from S3 sleep. Still 5 stars since it wakes fine when utilizing USB2 ports.

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  • Matthew T.
  • 6/22/2015 6:58:06 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat so far

Pros: -SATA 3!
-on board wifi (taking up an mSATA slot)!
-Lots of great connectivity options (usb 3.0, eSATA, display port, etc)
-0 real issues so far (see my one con)
-under $50.00

Cons: This is mostly an inconvenience rather than a serious problem in my opinion but...

-Needs BIOS update in order to support ivybridge processors, but works great with ivybridge once BIOS are updated.

-Zotac will not send you (or sell you) a chip with the most recent BIOS (I tried).

Other Thoughts: I was reluctant to buy this board as it has a concerning number of negative reviews some of which complain about different aspects of the board failing and bad customer service.

However, upon closer inspection, I noticed many reviewers rated the board 0 eggs because they ran into issues with running the board on Linux based operating systems. I cannot comment on that because I have only used windows 7 on this board, but I have ran into 0 issues other than having to update the BIOS in order to run my ivybridge processor.

My two cents is that if you are planning on using a Linux OS, you might want to consider a different board as there seems to be some compatibility issues. However, if you plan on running a Windows OS, you should definitely consider this board. While Zotac may not be the most reputable brand, this board has more features, and a lower price than any other mini-itx 1155 board on Newegg.

Just make sure you have a way to (and know how to) update the BIOS if you plan on using a Ivybridge (third gen Intel i series) processor.

This can be done by either first installing a second gen intel i series processor and updating the bios, or removing the BIOS chip from the board and either replacing it with a new one that has the most current BIOS on it, or using an eprom writer to erase the old BIOS and write the newest version onto the chip.

Do not perform any of these operations unless you are properly educated on how to do so and willing to assume any risk involved. If any of these procedures are done incorrectly, you can seriously damage your motherboard. This is not a guide on how to perform any of the aforementioned procedures, but rather a list of ideas on how you might go about updating your BIOS should you have an Ivybridge processor. Do your own research about these procedures, and perform them at your own risk.

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  • Michael N.
  • 6/21/2015 7:07:25 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

1 out of 5 eggshorrible

Pros: Looks nice.

Cons: everything breaks easily. sata plugs broke when plugging in. USB3 plug broke plugging it in. Ordered 2 boards neither of them worked. Spent days trying to switch parts trying to solve problem. After spending twice the money for all the parts. The only thing could be is both boards are DOA. Zotac was no help they told me to do what I already did. Now I am out $150. Because the warranty wont cover the broken plugs. They say it was my fault. I will never buy Zotac again.

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  • Thomas C.
  • 5/27/2015 9:44:06 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsOne Problem

Pros: Loaded board lots of options. Finally cheap enough to take a chance.

Cons: Bad reviews. There were a lot of different complaints.

Had to upgrade the Bios to use an Ivybridge CPU.....SEE other thoughts

Other Thoughts: There was no video output with the board. I thought it was DOA. After a lot of experimenting I tried an old Sandybridge CPU and the board booted. I was then able to upgrade the bios and install an i3 ivybridge.

SO NOTE to use an ivybridge cpu you need a sandybridge cpu to prep the board. I was lucky I had an old sandybridge laying around.

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  • Andrew T.
  • 11/10/2013 11:25:10 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDead after 2 years

Pros: Has lots of features and is cheaper than alternate s1155 motherboards

Cons: Fails to boot after only a year and a half of use. Conveniently out of it's short 1 year warranty. Was buggy throughout it's working life occasionally giving error beeps one boot and then booting normally the next. Up to date on all firmware and BIOS. At this point it will boot but it's hit or miss and you have to mess with it a lot to get it to boot one time

Other Thoughts: Would not buy another zotac product based on my experience with this motherboard

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  • Eric S.
  • 7/5/2013 3:34:47 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsFunctional and durable

Pros: The integrated wireless is a huge bonus. I have been using these in a hot, filthy manufacturing environment without failure.

Cons: These Intel boards cost more than the AMD boards by the same manufacturer did.

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