The two new models are based on Intel’s Z68 chipset but with really different integration orientations. On the one hand, the new Z68-ITX Wifi with two DIMM DDR3 2133 slots, support for up to 16GB of RAM (8 much cheaper and feasible and it is not exactly little RAM), double HDMI connection and Mini-Displayport, PCI Express 16x, slot Mini-PCIe/mSATA occupied by the Wifi-N module (a cheap SSD for RST is a feasible option if you don’t need Wifi), two SATA 6gbps ports, 2xSATA 3gbps, RAID support, 4 USB 3.0 ports (two internal), 8 USB 2.0 ports (4 internal) and double giga-bit connection with “teaming” capacity. A prodigious board for those looking for a first class computer in a reduced format.
On the other hand we have the Z68-ITX Wifi Supreme with an orientation more towards integration in HTPC systems as can be seen from its characteristics and integration. Without a doubt, the incorporation of an Nvidia Geforce 430 graphics card with 1GB of RAM makes this board a perfect solution for HTPC. We will have good graphics, 3D technologies and access to technologies such as CUDA, OpenCl, etc. This model uses SODIMM memory up to 1333MHz, with a capacity of 16GB (8GB is quite cheap also in “portable” modules), graphics connectivity of dual DVI, HDMI and Displayport, a PCI Express 4x port for expansion, an mSATA slot, two ports SATA 6gbps, 2 SATA 3gbps ports, RAID, eSATA 3gpbs, 4 USB 3.0 ports (two internal), 4 USB 2.0 ports (two internal) and gigabit Ethernet.
There are no definitive prices for both models, but we do know that they will be available very soon.