ASRock Z68M-ITX/HT Mini-ITX Motherboard Review

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ASRock have worked hard in the last year to compete with the big players such as ASUS and Gigabyte in the enthusiast sector.  Products like the 990FX Fatal1ty motherboard that we looked at a few months back show just how far they have come and how they can now compete with the big boys.

Today we are going to look at a motherboard from the other end of the ASRock range, the Z68M-ITX/HT motherboard, which occupies the increasingly popular Mini-ITX form factor.  This makes it ideal for use in environments where space is restricted, mainly in small form factor and home theatre PC systems.

Despite having to cram all of the components into a small space, ASRock haven’t compromised very much on features with the Z68M-ITX/HT, giving you the potential to build a very powerful system around this motherboard should you wish.

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ASRock Z68M-ITX/HT Mini-ITX Motherboard Review, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating
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  • Frankss
    January 30, 2012
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    Decent board for the money.

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  • David Reilly
    January 30, 2012
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    ASROIck boards are good, but their bioses are still behind ASUS IMO. my friend bought a Z68 board from ASUS and sometimes the voltage doesnt hold right.

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  • Scottsdale real estate
    February 13, 2012
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    It is a special type of integrated circuit socket designed for very high pin counts. A CPU socket provides many functions, including a physical structure to support the CPU, support for a heat sink, facilitating replacement as well as reducing cost, and most importantly, forming an electrical interface both with the CPU and the PCB. Thanks for sharing.
    Regards,

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