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    difference between ATX & uATX ?

    hi, I've searched the forum for uATX with no result so i guess I'm the first one to ask this question

    can't seem to find it in any lexicons neither.

    thx

    [This message has been edited by Kasgoroth (edited 06-18-2001).]
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    uATX form factor is another term for microATX.
    Very likely the term was dropped and replaced with microATX since it may have originally caused confusion.
    Since ultra was automatically associated with the word larger than ATX quite a few times.






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    juhu, THX
    now I know what I definitely don't need (big ATX lover with a bunch of devices *g*)

    could you please check my other post: http://discussions.hardwarecentral.c...ML/010830.html

    you seem to be a long-time member here. Its pretty imprtant for me... as buying a new
    comp always is

    thx again


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    Are you calling me old!?!

    Seriously, response already posted at your other post.


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