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A+ Cases

Compltia A+ 220-701 Cases & Form Factors

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ATX 12" X 9.6"
Mini-ATX 11.2" X 8.2"
Micro-ATX 9.6" X 9.6"
Mini-ITX 6.7" X 6.7"
NLX Older form factor used in slimeline desktops
NLX uses a Riser Card for expansion slots
NLX Supports AGP Video Cards
NLX Motherboard can easily slide in and out of the case
BTX Designed to balance performance with thermal management
BTX Processor in front at angle to increase air-flow
BTX Thermal Module or Shroud fits over processor to move heat
BTX Mainly implemented by DELL
Mini-ITX Power supply less than 100 watts
Mini-ATX Power supply less than 100 watts
Micro-ATX Form factor that could be used to build a gaming PC that can be taken to a friends house for gaming parties.
Created by: drward@myway.com