Intel's LGA775 Pentium4 CPU
"It's been a while since Intel has changed their pin configuration -- we've had socket478 for quite a while now. The nice thing about keeping the same pin grid array is that motherboards that use them are so upgradeable and "future-proof." The LGA775 represents a big leap forward not only for chip design, but also for motherboard and memory technology, but all of those new design elements mean you're going to need a whole new computer system. Is it worth the expense? In this article we'll examine the big changes that Intel has introduced to the desktop motherboard market with the new LGA775 Pentium4 processor."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Aug 10, 2004 )
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