ZOTAC ZBOX EN760 Plus Review

In the past ZBOX’s have been a bit of a mixed bag, sometimes downright underpowered and other times being beautifully adept sleeper PC’s. Today I am going to be taking a look at one that aims to be more of the latter, in the form of the ZOTAC ZBOX EN760 Plus

I have to be honest I couldn’t really wait to get this item out of its box and start playing with it, when I saw the specifications, I couldn’t believe that it had all been packed into such a tiny box, but enough of that! How does it perform so as ZOTAC say it’s time to play!


The ZOTAC Philosophy
“We deliver unrivaled components and systems suitable for all needs and requirements,” says ZOTAC CEO Tony Wong. “Enthusiasts, gamers, students, businesses and corporations… everyone that requires components and systems, we deliver unsurpassed products in all segments with superior performance, reliability and customer service.”
ZOTAC’s core philosophy embodies our commitment and guides our research and development to deliver first-class products that you can rely on.

About the EN760 Plus
Embark on a visually stunning PC gaming experience with the compact ZOTAC ZBOX EN760 series mini-PC designed for gamers. Discrete NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics enables the ZOTAC ZBOX EN760 series to play the latest PC games with smooth frame rates, beautiful graphics and best-in-class features such as NVIDIA Adaptive VSync, GeForce Experience and GeForce ShadowPlay technologies for a compact gaming experience that rivals full-size desktop PCs.

A 4th Generation Intel Core i5 processor with Intel TurboBoost technology ensures the ZOTAC ZBOX EN760 series has plenty of CPU power to back up the powerful GPU to create a perfectly balanced high-performance mini-PC. Support for a 2.5-inch hard drive, an mSATA SSD and Intel Smart Response Technology provides the ZOTAC ZBOX EN760 series with the ability to combine the large capacity of a hard drive with a lightning-fast SSD to form a super-fast hybrid storage solution




Product Name ZBOX EN760 Plus
GPU NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M (Maxwell) 640 processor cores 2GB GDDR5 / 128-bit memory bus Engine clock: 1020 MHz (base) / 1097 MHz (boost) Memory clock: 5000 MHz
CPU Intel Core i5 4200U (dual-core, 1.6 GHz) (Turbo up to 2.6 GHz)
Memory DDR3 1600MHz
Memory Slots 2 x 204-Pin SODIMM
Capacity 8GB Installed (16GB Max)
Networking 2 x 10/100/1000Mbps802.11ac + BT 4.0
Audio Stereo Out and 8 Channel Via HDMI
Hard Drive 1TB 5400 RPM
Memory Card Reader 4in1 MMC/SD/SDHC/SDXC
Video Outputs DVI x 1HDMI x 1VGA (By Use of DVI to VGA Adapter)
SATA Ports 2 (1xmSATA 6.0Gb/s & 1 SATA 6.0Gb/s)
USB Ports 4 USB3.0 (2 on back panel, 1 on top, 1 on front)
Form Factor Mini-PC
OS Compatibility User Installed 7/8 ready
Box Content 1 x ZOTAC ZBOX EN760 2 x WiFi antenna 1 x VESA mount 4 x Mounting screws 1 x DVI-VGA adapter 1 x Stand 1 x AC adapter 1 x Power cord 1 x Warranty card 1 x User manual 1 x Quick Install Guide 1 x USB drive with O/S driver 1 x Driver disc

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