Mini-ITX boards can therefore often be used in cases designed for ATX, micro-ATX and other ATX variants if desired. Earlier motherboards conventionally have a standard 33 MHz 5V 32-bit PCI slot.
Many older case designs use riser cards and some even have two-slot riser cards, although the two-slot riser cards are not compatible with all boards.
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Some boards based around non-x86 processors have a 3.3V PCI slot, and the Mini-ITX 2.0 In March 2001, the chipset manufacturer VIA Technologies released a reference design for an ITX motherboard, to promote the low power C3 processor they had bought from Centaur Technology, in combination with their chipsets.
Designed by Robert Kuo, VIA's chief R&D expert, the 215×191 mm VT6009 ITX Reference Board was demonstrated in "Information PC" and set-top box configurations.