What is an atx motherboard?

Answer ATX is a specification (also called a form factor) for the layout and design of the built-in components on a computer motherboard. It was introduced in 1995 and replaced the Baby AT design.Standard... Read More »

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What 810E motherboard is compatible with an Intel class motherboard?

The 810 chipset is made by Intel, making every 810 and 810E motherboard an Intel-class board. This chipset supports a range of Pentium III and Celeron processors with such features as embedded aud... Read More »

My motherboard can only support 2GB RAM - Do I need a new motherboard if I want to add more RAM?

I remember the old ASRock Dual-VSTA motherboard. It had a limit of 2GB and ASRock had a beta BIOS that allowed it to use 4GB. If your manufacturer has not (and chances are that they haven't becau... Read More »

What is a btx motherboard?

The BTX motherboard specification was designed by Intel to standardize system design. The initial release of the specification came out in September of 2003.Reasons for the ChangeIntel designed the... Read More »

What is an ITX motherboard?

ITX is a motherboard format originally developed by the manufacturer VIA as a platform for its low-power processors. The first version did not do very well but it was superseded by the extremely po... Read More »