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Server, desktop, notebook sockets gain Intel validation

Posted: 05 Mar 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:server? socket? desktop? CPU? processor?

LGA 1366 socket

Molex's three socket products have met the stringent criteria for Intel validation across all three computer market segments of server, desktop and notebooks.

As an Intel-enabled vendor, Molex sockets are compatible with Intel's reference design and pass the criteria set for electrical performance and long-term reliability with Intel's CPUs.

The LGA 1366 is a server CPU socket designed for Intel's Nehalem micro-architecture that uses an LGA 1366-pin packaging and smaller pitch size of 1.016mm x 1.016mm.

Also known commonly as Socket B, Socket 1366 or LGA 1366, mates with the server processor through the gold pads of the LGA 1366 package.

The LGA 1156 is a desktop CPU socket designed for Intel's Nehalem micro-architecture that uses an LGA 1156-pin packaging and smaller pitch size of 0.9144mm x 0.9144mm.

Also know commonly as Socket H1, Socket 1156 or LGA 1156, this socket mates with the desktop PC processor through the gold pads of the LGA 1156 package.

The rPGA 989/988 is a notebook PC CPU socket designed for Intel's Nehalem micro-architecture that uses a PGA 989 or 988-pin packaging with a reduced pitch size of 1mm x 1mm.

Also known commonly as Socket G1, Socket 989 or rPGA 989/988, this socket mates with the notebook PC processor through the gold pins of the rPGA 989/988 package.

- Julien Happich
EE Times Europe





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