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A motherboard form factor that is smaller than the standard ATX size of 300mm x 240mm. The Mini-ITX is 170mm x 170mm (slightly smaller than the micro-ATX) and reduces the size of standard desktops and computer towers. Mini-ITX was developed by VIA Technologies.

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See also From AT to BTX: Motherboard Form Factors.

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