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Despite our predictions, it never appeared. De - veloped as an alternative to ATX, BTX was Intel's attempt to update the design of the PC, which was still using the same specifications laid out in 1995. BTX moved the south bridge closer to the rear of the computer for easier trace routes for such things as USB 3.0, and the CPU was moved to the front of the case where it could be kept cooler. BTX was ultimately a failure, though. Industry re - sistance and Intel's own left turn away from the nuclear-warm Prescott Pentium 4s in favor of super-cool Core 2 CPUs rendered BTX a bust.


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