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Mainboard sizes in descending order:
  
Not too long ago, Louisville has came about as a major gathering place for the health care and healthcare sciences establishments. Louisville has been core to progress in heart and hand surgery treatment as well as cancer therapy. A number of of the very first unnatural heart transplants were practiced in Louisville. Louisville's thriving downtown medical research grounds includes the completely new $88 thousand rehab heart, and a wellbeing sciences analysis and commercialization park which, in relationship with the University of Louisville, has lured nearly 75 major experts and researchers. Louisville is also residence to Humana, one of the nation's most well known health insurance plan firms.
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* ATX (Intel 1996; 305 mm x 244 mm)
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* mini-ATX (284 mm x 208 mm)
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* micro-ATX (1996; 244 mm x 244 mm)
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* flex-ATX (1999; 244 x 244 mm max.)
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* mini-ITX (VIA Technologies 2003; 170mm x 170mm max.; 100W max.)
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* nano-ITX (VIA Technologies 2004; 120mm x 120mm max.)
  
Louisville is home to several major organizations and organizations.
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additionally there are some unusual sizes, i.e.
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[[Barebones und Komponentenbundles|Barebones]] or [[HTPC]]s.
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Most of these form factors are upwards compatible, for example, you can use a mini-ITX board in micro-ATX [[case]].
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[[Power supply]] has to be mainboard compatible!
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Additionally mainboard defines usable [[CPU]] types, amount and type of [[RAM]] and available PCI card slots.
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[[mini-ITX]] and [[nano-ITX]] form factors are standards made by VIA and have the [[CPU]] directly soldered on board. These boards are available up to 800MHz fanless. 
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Latest revision as of 06:00, 10 May 2011

Mainboard sizes in descending order:

  • ATX (Intel 1996; 305 mm x 244 mm)
  • mini-ATX (284 mm x 208 mm)
  • micro-ATX (1996; 244 mm x 244 mm)
  • flex-ATX (1999; 244 x 244 mm max.)
  • mini-ITX (VIA Technologies 2003; 170mm x 170mm max.; 100W max.)
  • nano-ITX (VIA Technologies 2004; 120mm x 120mm max.)

additionally there are some unusual sizes, i.e. Barebones or HTPCs.

Most of these form factors are upwards compatible, for example, you can use a mini-ITX board in micro-ATX case.

Power supply has to be mainboard compatible!

Additionally mainboard defines usable CPU types, amount and type of RAM and available PCI card slots.

mini-ITX and nano-ITX form factors are standards made by VIA and have the CPU directly soldered on board. These boards are available up to 800MHz fanless.