Japanese photo of the day: BTX motherboard for sale
Over a year ago we wrote about specifications of BTX motherboard form-factor introduced by Intel. These days one of such solutions entered the market in hardware.
Our Japanese colleagues photographed D915GMHLPP motherboard (clearly made for OEM companies) at Akihabara market in Tokyo:
No surprise that board was made by Intel itself. The company has a right to start experimenting with new standard promotion in the first place.
The first impression is that you are looking at a mirror reflection of an ATX board. But then you notice unusual layout of memory, CPU sockets and chipset in general.
The new model is a micro-BTX solution with LGA775 socket. Seemingly, the company decided to showcase one of the benefits of the new standard ability to support "hot" Pentium 4 Prescott in dense layouts.
Source: PC Watch
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