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Transcript of 1981
The IBM 'PLANAR' breadboard
The Planar Breadboard was the first motherboard used in a PC chips where wired together and in housed RAM and CPU with supplier parts and keyword/cassette tapes.
the IBM Personal Computer AT
IBM come up with the AT design in 1984 that the component-based PC which we know today was born.
the AT form factor proved very popular and became a standardised motherboard to fit all desktops and tower cases.
Birth of Gigabyte
formed by Yeh Pei-Cheng in Taiwan
HISTORY OF MOTHERBOARD
Former worlds largest motherboard manufacturer.
A small Taiwanese company formed by former ACER employees and later become the world's biggest motherboard manufacturer
INTEL developed PPGA for setting Chipset to Motherboard
Plastic pin grid array was developed by INTEL in 1993, it assigned in integrated circuit packaging
INTEL releases new motherboard ATX form factor
the ATX was the first major motherboard development since the AT in 1984 featuring many new improvements.
INTEL begins manufacturing motherboard
INTEL starts its own motherboard division with a great reputation on stability
Micro ATX boards produced
usually contain more integrated peripherals and are made for smaller PC's but less expansion slots.
Mini ITX produced by VIA
the small ITX seized motherboard was launched in 2001 and was built for small cases.
INTEL introduces Balanced Technology Extended
Intel's concept to redesign the ATX case was short lived by Mainly because compatible components were limited.
ASUSTek Becomes Worlds Largest Maker of Computer Motherboards
As of 2012 VIAs Mobile-ITX is the worlds smallest compliant motherboard form factor. Just 60mm by 60mm