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BTX

(Balanced Technology EXtended) A motherboard design from Intel introduced in 2004 that supersedes the ATX. Unlike the ATX, the placement of all chip sockets in the BTX is defined in order to provide sufficient air flow over the processor and graphics card. microBTX and picoBTX provide smaller form factors. See PC motherboards.
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