AMD DTX Small Form Factor System Sneak Peek

Posted: Oct 22 2007, 2:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:28am CDT, in News | Technology News

 
AMD DTX Small Form Factor System Sneak Peek
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Hothardware published a report giving a sneak peek at the AMD DTX Small Form Factor System.

Quote: "Today AMD provided more details and a specific design example of the DTX small form-factor standard. This report showcases a prototype system built on a low power AMD Athlon 64 BE-2350 processor and 690G chipset motherboard with integrated graphics. If all goes to plan and AMD’s vision for DTX comes to fruition, there will be a set of industry standards for chassis, power supplies, and motherboards which would not only make it possible for larger companies to more quickly introduce small form factor designs, but do-it-yourselfers would have an array of off the shelf components to choose from as well."
Read the full report on Hothardware.

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