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Form factor

Form factor refers to the linear dimensions and configuration of a device as distinguished from other measures of size, for instance, Gigabytes; a measure of storage size.

In computing, form factor is most often used to describe the size and format of PC motherboards, but also of hard drives, power supplies, cases, and add-in cards.

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