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Zotac Atom Dual-Core Mini PC Barebone System ZBOX-ID80-U

3.6 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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  • CPU: Intel Atom Dual-Core Processor D2700 (2.13 GHz)
  • Chipset: Intel NM10 Express Chipset
  • Memory: 2x 204-pin DDR3-1066 SO-DIMM Slots, Max capacity up to 4 GB
  • Hard Drive: Supports 1x 2.5" SATA2 Hard Drive
  • Ports: 4x USB 2.0 Ports; 2x USB 3.0 Ports; 1x WiFi antenna connector; 1x DVI Port; 1x HDMI Port; 1x Optical S/PDIF Out; 1x RJ45 LAN Port; Audio I/O Jacks
  • Carder Reader: 6-In-1 Card Reader, Supports MMC/SD/SDHC/MS/MS Pro/xD
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Product Description

ZOTAC ZBOX-ID80-U Atom Dual-Core D2700 2.13GHz/Intel NM10/WiFi/A&V& GBE Mini PC Barebone System

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Processor 2.13 GHz 8032
Chipset Brand NVIDIA
Graphics Card Ram Size 512 MB
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 4
Brand Name ZOTAC
Item model number ZBOX-ID80-U
Operating System No
Item Weight 4.4 pounds
Product Dimensions 7.4 x 7.4 x 1.7 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 7.4 x 7.4 x 1.73 inches
Processor Count 1
Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM
Optical Drive Type No
Audio-out Ports (#) 1
Power Source DC 19V

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3.6 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #703 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Desktop Barebones
Shipping Weight 4.4 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First Available March 16, 2012

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I used this for the basis of my HTPC.

I coupled my ID80 with a 7200 rpm drive and 4 GB of 1066mHz ram. I am running Windows Media Center 7 with Shark007 codec pack.

This unit replaced my Acer Revo R1600, it is a noticeable improvement over the Acer. I have smoother/faster interaction in WMC7 using this and my playback is consistently smooth.

I record/watch live TV using SiliconDust HDHomerun tuners so it's 720p recording and it's flawless.

I have been able to stream from this using Remote Potato, but it nearly maxes out the CPU, always running at 85-95% when streaming. I wouldn't want to stream video when I have a recording scheduled.

I have one BluRay rip in .mkv format and it does not play smooth on this, but I haven't played around with the codec settings yet and it may still be achievable.

Using Chrome it doesn't play Netflix HD smoothly, either in full-screen or not. When in Windows Media Center, Netflix HD is choppy in Full-screen mode, but plays smooth in a reduced size window. CPU usage when streaming Netflix HD is 15-30% so it's not saturated, I'm hoping future updates to Silverlight will make it so Netflix HD can play smoothly here, I'm currently using Silverlight 5.06118.0 and enabling Silverlight's hardware acceleration seems to help a little, but doesn't quite make it smooth in full-screen.

The n-wireless is 2.4Ghz only so 150mbps max, I use the gigabit Ethernet port and can stream video from a NAS just fine.

The power consumption on this is quite low and makes it so that you don't have to worry about shutting it off and turning it back on often.

The unit operates very quietly, no noise issues.
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I was really excited to get this unit to use it for an HTPC and file server over in the corner of the living room to serve files for our other 6 computers - my final goal was to put Windows 2008 server on it - being that it's a power sipper, and toss it in the corner on the book shelf - with the books.

I got it for a good deal. When it came, opened the box, all looks great. The construction is excellent - except for one major detail. More on that in a moment.

Stuck a 4gb 1066 memory chip in it, installed a Hitachi 500gb hard drive, inserted my jump drive to install Windows 8 (test run first before the server), got to 26% and crashed.

Opened the unit back up to keep it from over heating, this time it made it to 90% - crashed.

Took the Hitachi drive out (runs hot), put a brand new Samsung 840 SSD in (they have the lowest power consumption and highest performance and put out almost zero heat), turned off the fan auto settings in BIOS, changing the fan mode to manual and 100% speed (not so quiet anymore). I should also mention that BIOS showed the CPU running at 68 - 70 degrees C. UNDER BIOS and with NO load on the system - on a cold winter day in the mountains.

This time Windows installed all the way through, rebooted, gave me the sign up info, and then when it was processing for the first log in, the system overheated and crashed again.

I was finally, via crashes, able to get the system up and running for a bit, and went to install updates and drivers, but the Zotac website failed and I was only able to download one driver before it entirely failed to serve anymore drivers. Never fear, I used their CD they sent via a USB DVD drive I had sitting around...
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I ended up returning this unit (and looking to upgrade to ID82 with i3 CPU instead). I'm lowering the original rating as well, as I feel the PC/CPU is underpowered for use as HTPC. After all the tweaking, I still wasn't able to get 1080 playback in VLC. I successfully used Plex for 1080 playback though. But overall, everything in Win7 Ultimate (fresh install) felt way too sluggish (comparing to my 2.53 Ghz P9500- powered 4-year old laptop). I also experienced a lot of issues with the supplied remote control- it would "skip" at random and couldn't really be used (might've been a lemon). I even tested the remote on a completely different computer with the same exact results. Zotac support wasn't particularly responsive or helpful in resolving any of the issues .


This mini PC is designed and built by a Chinese company. When I unpacked it, I was pleasantly surprised as it bore no marks of the nowadays typical "made in China" stuff. Superb quality, great attention to detail in everything, including the box, instructions, mounts, everything. Even know the case is all plastic, it's of superb quality- snugly fitting, well polished (piano gloss effect). The remote, unlike many cheap-o remotes that come with gadgets these days is nice in every way. Connector ring on the WiFi antenna is made of metal- not plastic.
It definitely exceeded all my expectations !

Installed 320GB HD and 4GB RAM in just minutes- only two screws (didn't even require a screwdriver). Installed Win 7 Ultimate- seem to run just fine with Aero and all. BIOS has lots of settings to play with. Had to make a bootable USB flash drive to install the OS.
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