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Mainboard sizes in descending order:
  
Also, having fast trading monitors makes a huge difference in the ability of the data that is streaming from the internet to your screens. <a href=HTTP://WWW.MULTIPLEXPC.COM>Multiple trading displays</a> are great for use a <a href=HTTP://WWW.MULTIPLEXPC.COM>stock trading computer</a>. Choosing the right <a href=HTTP://WWW.MULTIPLEXPC.COM>forex trading computer company</a> for your multi-screen computers and <a href=HTTP://WWW.MULTIPLEXPC.COM>multi-monitor array displays</a> can be tough. It's best to look at the quality of the components that goes into a <a href=HTTP://WWW.MULTIPLEXPC.COM>trading computer system</a> before making a purchase with any one <a href=HTTP://WWW.MULTIPLEXPC.COM>multiple monitor computer company</a>.
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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.)
  
With the surge in trading stocks online, day trading has become quite a unique industry. The day trading computer is now even more needed as it plays a large role in trading stocks efficiently. Day trading computers are generally offered with <a href=HTTP://WWW.MULTIPLEXPC.COM>quad monitors</a> capability with the option to upgrade to more! Be sure that you add to your trading computers with <a href=HTTP://WWW.MULTIPLEXPC.COM>trading monitors</a> for a complete package.
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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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Revision as of 12:49, 18 August 2010

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.