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Bigbruin.com Article: CPU Socket Basics, Part 1 - Intel
Posted by Philipp Esselbach on: 06/01/2005 04:08 AM [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
Bigbruin.com has a new article posted about CPU Socket Basics
Although there are currently only two main players in the CPU market, AMD and Intel, the number of choices is still enough to make the typical consumer's head spin. Each manufacturer has a few different models to promote, and many of these models can be found in a few different form factors (namely, the "sockets" to which they connect) that exclude interchangeability. This two-part series of Tech Tips will look at a few details of each of the currently-supported CPU (Central Processing Unit) sockets and how they are all similar and different from one to another. First up, we will take a look at the CPU sockets supporting modern Intel processors.
CPU Socket Basics, Part 1 - Intel