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Depends. RJ45, USB, sound, and perhaps legacy ports, take up a lot of width.

There's another issue I just remembered, though: most ATX power supplies won't turn on ARM-based designs because they don't believe they're turned on they consume so little; the PSU can't stabilise. We get that a lot with the ATX S3C2410 board from Simtec.

 is a RISC OS Userrjek on 3/9/09 10:53AM
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