- Electricity cost savings
- Take up less space for both practical and aesthetic purposes
- Enables systems that are quiet
- Do not generate excessive heat
The new DTX standard also allows four motherboards to be made on a standard manufacturing panel (versus two ATX motherboards from the same panel), so fewer resources are consumed (and fewer effluents produced) and the cost can also be reduced. The Mini-DTX fits six motherboards on the same panel for even greater production benefit.
The DTX standard is also backward compatible with existing ATX standard, so that older expansion hardware can still be used. This keeps old hardware from becoming obsolete and allows more recycled use of equipment rather than requiring it to be scrapped.
via: CBC Tech
written by Jon, January 30, 2007
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