Editor's Note: Motherboard Memories

I can still remember the first ATX motherboard I bought in the 1990s. I had acquired a blazing-fast 166MHz Pentium MMX part (I had just missed out on the top-end 200MHz Pentium MMX by a few minutes) and needed a mobo to go with it.


In the Lab: Gordon Mah Ung Wants to Kill ATX

Why do we stick with a legacy formfactor and kill the forward-thinking ones?