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Old 8th December 2004, 15:34   #1
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ntel's BTX form factor, what to expect

The BTX formfactor is Intel's answer to the aging ATX standard and promises to bring better thermal management and smaller PCs. We take a look at some of the problems that plague ATX and whether BTX offers a compelling solution to remedy these.
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It is the reverse of what Dell is using today.... exhausting the CPU heat to the front of the case. It cures the Prescott heat issue in Micro case. I certainly can't say I like it.

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