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Old 9th March 2005, 17:24   #1
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Default Intel's BTX Form Factor - An Analysis and Opinion

From the : 'Intel will argue that it's not just about the heat, that it enables smaller x86 PCs due to the thermal reorganisation. Tell that to SFF PC makers, the guys pushing picoATX, VIA and their EPIA platform and many others. PCs will get smaller without BTX and ATX chassis engineers are getting smart and sorting out the thermal issues even with current "put your components anywhere you like" ATX mainboard designs. And where's BTX for larger mainboards?'
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BTX uke:

Take a look inside at some 10-year old server chassis ..... old song.

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