NLX

A form factor designed by Intel for PC motherboards. The NLX form factor features a number of improvements over the current LPXform factor. Its features include:

  • Support for larger memory modules and DIMMs
  • Support for the newest microprocessors, including the Pentium II using SEC packaging.
  • Support for AGP video cards.
  • Better access to motherboard components
  • Support for dockable designs in which the motherboard can be removed without tools
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