AMD Pushes New Motherboard FormatBy Loyd Case | Posted 2007-01-11 Email Print
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Playing to the popularity of small-form-factor PCs, AMD unveils the DTX standard, a new ATX-derivative motherboard. (PCMag.com)LAS VEGASSmall-form-factor PCs are becoming a mainstay for desktop PCs.
Even high-end gamers have gravitated to smaller-form-factor PCs, which typically take up less room and consume less power.
AMD is stepping up to the plate, offering the DTX standard. DTX is strictly a mechanical specification based on the older ATX form factor. The standard will be completely open, and royalty-free. It's also not specifically tied to any AMD products.
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