Dell later this year will begin rolling out desktop PCs based on the BTX configuration, a chassis design aimed at reducing heat and noise problems in the computers. The design makes sense as processors and other components become smaller and more powerful, and would enable Dell to continue offering industry-standard technology, both in the chassis and the components it holds. It also would open up a possible avenue for more services revenue as customers migrate off the current ATX design to the new BTX configuration.

Dell later this year will begin rolling out desktop PCs based on the BTX configuration, a chassis design aimed at reducing heat and noise problems in the computers. The design makes sense as processors and other components become smaller and more powerful, and would enable Dell to continue offering industry-standard technology, both in the chassis and the components it holds. It also would open up a possible avenue for more services revenue as customers migrate off the current ATX design to the new BTX configuration.