What is ATX?

ATX stands for Advanced Technology eXtended and is a specification that defines the configuration and size of motherboards to improve uniformity. Intel first introduced ATX in July 1995 and has undergone several changes since then. Version 2.01 was released in February 1997, followed by version 2.03 in May 2000, 2.1 in June 2002, and 2.2…

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