GIGABYTE GA-Z77N-WIFI (REV. 1.0) INTEL BLUETOOTH DRIVER DETAILS:
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GIGABYTE GA-Z77N-WIFI (REV. 1.0) INTEL BLUETOOTH DRIVER
Since making front-panel connections inside a cramped Mini-ITX chassis can be a little awkward, Gigabyte ought to include a separate pin block to simplify the process. Front-panel pin blocks should really come standard with every enthusiast-oriented motherboard.
A soft, foam-lined cushion sits between the external shield and the motherboard, banishing exposed edges that might slice your fingers. The little tab associated with the HDMI port in the top-right portion of the shield is nice and blunt, and it's short enough to avoid getting caught in the port when the shield is in place. There are also dual USB 3.
Z77n-wifi - Can't get widi installed/working
And dual Ethernet jacks backed by a pair of Realtek controllers. Noah took two crabs, too.
Surround-sound digital output is supported for content with pre-encoded tracks, like movies and music, but not for games, which require real-time encoding. The Realtek drivers can virtualize surround sound for stereo devices.
However, this feature works only when paired with Matrix-compatible receivers. You can't just plug in any old pair of headphones and get pseudo-3D audio. While the Z77N-WiFi's built-in audio is pretty basic, the integrated wireless is anything but pedestrian.
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An Intel wireless card provides not only Otherwise known as Intel Wireless Display, this tech can broadcast p video to remote displays, a capability that might come in handy if you're running a projector or have no elegant way to string an HDMI cable to your TV. A compatible WiDi receiver is required at the display, though.
WiDi is pretty neat, but I wish it allowed mobile devices to broadcast content to home-theater PCs. The HTPC would need a WiDi-compatible adapter, of course, but it could be connected to any old display over a standard cable. Intel tells me this scenario is technically feasible, but it's unclear when or even Gigabyte GA-Z77N-WIFI (rev. 1.0) Intel Bluetooth WiDi will provide such functionality.
Some of the Wi-Fi antennae that come with PC motherboards feel cheap and flimsy. Not the ones bundled with the Z77N-WiFi. The mATX standard quickly became quite a favorite of mine as we saw more and more companies offer great boards in this standard. What became even better, though, was when we started to see companies offer us boards designed for performance at this size.
Over the last 12 months, though, we've seen the mITX standard get a bit more focus. At just 17cm x 17cm we've seen companies put together some amazingly stand out boards. Over the last 12 months, though, I think one of the main things that stood out for the mITX form factor on a whole wasn't a board. Instead Gigabyte GA-Z77N-WIFI (rev. 1.0) Intel Bluetooth was the BitFenix Prodigy - a case that quickly proved that just because you have a small motherboard, it doesn't mean you have to have small performance.
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