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ZOTAC ZBOX EN760 Plus Review – Featuring GTX 860M and i5

ZOTAC ZBOX EN760 Plus Review – Featuring GTX 860M and i5

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Zotac use their “traditional” style Zbox chassis on the EN760 and go with an all-black colour scheme on this occasion. The top surface has a glossy finish with Zotac logo and glowing orange LED circle. Our base is also glossy with a large perforated area for airflow and four rubber feet mean it will sit still on our desk. The front surface of this Zbox has various items on it which start with 2×3.5mm audio, a card reader, USB 3.0, status LEDs, IR receiver and power button. Two sides of the chassis are perforated, one featuring a USB port and the other a slot for the desktop stand and our other connectivity is on the back. Round there we find the power input, 2x WiFi antenna connectors, HDMI, DVI, 2x USB 3.0, dual GB LAN and optical audio port.

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Compact, quiet, plenty of connectivity and some reasonable CPU performance. The highlight of the system is its ability to offer 1920×1080 gaming in popular, modern titles.

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Price: RRP £434.99 (Barebones) – £564.99 (As Reviewed)

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Stuart Davidson

10 Comments

  1. Gavin

    Where can I purchase one of these?

  2. This MIniPC Sounds very good, i hope this is a sign of the things to come (in the gaming market)

  3. I’ve heard that there are driver issues due to incompatibility between the i5-4200U and the GTX 860M resulting is BSODS. Have you had any such problems? I’m looking to purchase this but that worries me.

  4. Manni

    all told, a cool idea and system – but why only the Core i5-4200U? I guess it is soldered and so I can´t upgrade it in the future. I like the Haswell ULV CPUs, but there are newer ones available. @Zotac, add the newer i5-4310M or the i7-4510U (a moderate surcharge for them would be ok), and I will buy it instantly.

  5. Manni

    Correction of my above comment: I mean i5-4310U, not M.

  6. Ken

    Does anyone have links to more benchmarks? I’d like to see how well this machine performs in other games. Perhaps more AAA titles.

    • Hey Ken, if you look for any laptop review using a 860M that will give you more options results wise. This isn’t too different from taking a laptop and shrinking it into a compact desktop chassis.

      • Ken

        Thanks for the quick response Stuart! I have no idea why I didn’t think to look up some laptop benchmarks.

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