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  Processor sockets: The types of socket used by AMD and Intel processors
Intel moved from housing its processors in Socket 7 (used in 66MHz FSB motherboards) and Super Socket 7 (SS7) sockets (used in 100MHz FSB motherboards) to using a slot (like a PCI/AGP slot) which it called Slot 1.
Having only one socket, removes the confusion associated with using several types of socket, and means that only one type of motherboard is required to run all of its latest processors.
Intel has decided to use a new confusing numbering system for its processors instead of using just the name of the processor and its clock-speed in gigahertz (GHz).
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  TechMount » Archive » Sockets, slots and CPU connectors
Intel’s policy in the early 1990s of producing OverDrive CPUs that were actually designed for upgrade purposes required that the interface by which they were connected to the motherboard be standardized.
The CPU is connected to the motherboard via some form of CPU interface, either a slot or a socket.
Socket-745 - AMD’s socket for the Athlon 64.
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  Intel 8088 - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Intel 8088 is an Intel microprocessor based on the 8086, with 16-bit registers and an 8-bit external data bus.
A factor for using the 8-bit Intel 8088 version was that it could use existing Intel 8085-type components, and allowed the computer to be based on a modified 8085 design.
Intel bubble memory was on the market for a while, but Intel left the market due to fierce competition from Japanese corporations who could undercut by cost, and left the memory market to focus on processors.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/8088   (364 words)

 CPU socket - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The term CPU socket (or CPU slot) is widely used to describe the connector linking the motherboard to the CPU(s) in certain types of desktop and server computers, particularly those compatible with the Intel x86 architecture.
Most CPU sockets and processors in use today are built around the pin grid array (PGA) architecture, in which the pins on the underside of the processor are inserted into the socket, usually with zero insertion force (ZIF) to aid installation.
Socket 775 was introduced with support for PCI express, DDR2 memory and Intel's version of the AMD64 processor extensions (called EM64T), but also moved to the new Land Grid Array physical layout, where the pins are in the socket rather than on the CPU package, for better electrical performance.
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 Windows Sockets Interface -- Recommendations and Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Intel designed this new standard near the end of the 80486's market life, and hence few motherboards were produced that utilised it, especially as the Socket 3 standard was already sufficient.
Socket A (also known as Socket 462) is the CPU socket used for AMD flagship processors ranging from the Athlon K7 to the Athlon XP 3200+, and AMD budget processors including the Duron and Sempron.
Socket A is, as of Q4 2004, slowly being replaced by newer socket types such as Socket 754 used by Sempron and Athlon 64 processors, and Socket 939 used by Athlon 64 and Athlon 64 FX processors.
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 Intel 8080
The 8-bit CPU was released in April 1974 running at 2 MHz, and is generally considered to be the first truly usable microprocessor CPU design.
The Intel 8080 was the successor to the Intel 8008 (this was due to it being assembly language source-compatible because it used the same instruction set developed by Computer Terminal Corporation).
At Intel, the 8080 was followed by the compatible and electrically more elegant 8085, and later by the assembly language compatible 16-bit 8086 and then the 8/16-bit 8088, which was selected by IBM for its new PC to be launched in 1981.
www.mrsci.com /Microprocessors/Intel_8080.php   (316 words)

 dual xeon server Resources & Information - dual xeon server
Due to a severe lack of success with Intel's Itanium and Itanium 2 processors, the 90 nm version of the Pentium 4 (Prescott) was built with support for 64-bit instructions (called EM64T by Intel, though it was much the same as AMD's AMD64 instruction set), and a Xeon version codenamed Nocona was released in 2004.
A dual-core processor, based on Intel's upcoming Merom and Conroe cores, using a new microarchitecture, not based on either the existing Pentium 4 or Pentium M. Woodcrest is rumoured to use a 1066 MHz (266 MHz quad-pumped) FSB and have 4 MB of shared L2 cache.
Intel plans to release Cloverton towards the end of 2006, and the clock speeds will likely be a step or two down from Woodcrest.
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 Info: Guide to Sockets/Slots/Slockets - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net
The Slot 1 is used mainly for the P2,P3 and Celeron, but Pentium Pro users can use the slot by mounting their processors in a socket 8 on a daughtercard which is then inserted into the Slot 1.
After Intel found a way to cheaply put the cache of a CPU on the die itself, the benefit of having a processor on a daughtercard was minimized.
Socket 423 is the older socket of the Pentium 4 sockets.
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 I686   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Pentium Pro is a sixth-generation x86 architecture microprocessor by Intel originally intended to replace the original Pentium in a full range of applications, but later reduced to a more narrow role as a server and high-end desktop chip.
Intel has since discontinued it in favor of the newer high-end Xeon processor lines.
Despite the name, the Pentium Pro is actually quite different from Intel's earlier Pentium processor, being based on the then-new P6 core (which in a modified form would later be used for the Pentium II, Pentium III and Pentium M).
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 Intel 8085 - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Intel 8085 is an 8-bit microprocessor made by Intel in the mid-1970s.
It was binary compatible with the more-famous Intel 8080 but required less supporting hardware, thus allowing simpler and less expensive microcomputer systems to be built.
You can find it there under the keyword 8085 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/8085)The list of previous authors is available here: version history (http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=8085andaction=history).
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/8085   (340 words)

 All CPU Sockets | Hardware Secrets
Since the very first CPU both Intel and AMD have been creating several different sockets and slots to be used by their processors.
Since then both Intel and AMD have been developing a series of sockets and slots to be used by their CPUs.
Other socket standards were released for the 486 family after socket 1 – socket 2, socket 3 and socket 6 – in order to increase the number of CPU models that could be installed on the CPU socket.
www.hardwaresecrets.com /article/373   (662 words)

 Intel Corporation - Computing Knowledgebase   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In 2000, Intel shifted processor technologies to Netburst, and the Pentium 4 Range was born, along with the SSE2 instruction set.
Intel later made the SSE3 Instruction set addition to the prescott core in 2004, and in early 2005, adding support for EM64T and the NX Bit to the Pentium 4.
Intel, by 2001, were in a pact with Hewlett Packard to create a high-performance 64-Bit chip for use in the Server Market, creating the IA-64 Instruction set.
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 Intel 80386 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Intel 80386 is a microprocessor which was used as the central processing unit (CPU) of many personal computers from 1986 until 1994 and later.
Though Intel would shortly introduce the 80486 and eventually the Intel Pentium line of processors, the support in the 386 for the 32-bit flat memory model would be arguably the most important feature change until the release of EM64T (introduced by AMD under the name AMD64) in 2004.
Neither CPU included a math coprocessor (most motherboards included a socket for an 80387), though the naming would cause some head-scratching later when the 80486 came in a DX variant that did include floating-point capability (which was physically present but disabled in early 486SXs).
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Slot, Slot 1, Socket 7, Socket 370, socket 478).
This requires therefore that cpus have special memory referred to is internal or level one cache inside the CPUs to hold the instructions.
These cheaper CPUs were restricted by either disabling a feature such as an arithmetic co possessor, or reducing the maximum speed of the CPU, by restricting is access to cache RAM or by reducing the size of the CPUs data bus.
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 CPU Sockets/Slot Motherboards.org
Intel has historically defined the processor socket standards, but competing chip makers have been able to use the same standards quite successfully.
Socket 7 is a ZIF socket used by Pentium chips.
Intel has moved to Slot 1 and Slot 2, but this socket is also used by AMD K5 and K6, as well as Cyrix 6x86 processors.
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 SLOTS - Loosest slots
Where are the loosest slots in town?I said slots, the loosest SLOTS in town.
Pentium 4 motherboard with 3 isa slots - P4 ISA MotherboardSoyo SY-P4I-845PE-ISA - Socket 478 P4 motherboard with 3 ISA slots.
List of Intel microprocessors;; List of AMD CPU slots and sockets.
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 [H] Enthusiast - Intel D925XECV2
Intel is a world renowned company, known and loved for their CPU, chipset, and motherboard designs.
The CPU socket area is clear of obstructions, and the Northbridge cooler is far enough to the left so as to not get in the way of even the biggest HSF or water block.
Notice that the CPU fan header is a four pin header, supporting a fan with either the standard 3 pin connector or the 4 pin connector, which allows for a greater degree of fan control.
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 CPU Sockets Chart
Socket 7 and Socket 5 are very similar in appearance, but there are significant differences.
Socket 7 is defined as a superset of Socket 5, and can handle all the previous processors that worked in Socket 5.
The Slot A, Socket A, Socket 423/478, Socket 603, and PAC418 chips all use a dual (2x) or quad-pumped (4x) bus that hits on the rising and falling edges of the clock, yielding a faster effective bus speed.
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 Intel 8008
The Intel 8008 was an early microprocessor designed and manufactured by Intel, and introduced in April, 1972.
The instruction set of the 8008 and subsequent Intel CISC CPUs were heavily based on CTC's design.
While a little slower in terms of instructions per second than the 4-bit Intel 4004 and Intel 4040, the fact that the 8008 processed data eight bits at a time and could access significantly more RAM actually gave it 3 to 4 times the true processing power of the 4-bit chips.
www.mrsci.com /Microprocessors/Intel_8008.php   (294 words)

 SLOTS - Airport slots
Expansion Slots Rev 1.3Expansion slots on a motherboard are designed to accept peripheral cards that add functionality to a computer system, such as a video or a sound card.
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 sockets - OneLook Dictionary Search
We found 11 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word sockets:
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 Intel - Qwika
Intel 80376 The Intel 80376, introduced January 16, 1989, was a variant of the Intel 80386 intended for embedded systems.
Intel 8087 Intel C8087 Math Coprocessor The 8087 was the first math coprocessor designed by Intel and it was built to be paired with the Intel 8088 and 8086 microprocessors.
Intel 80486SL The Intel 80486SL is the power-saving variant of the Intel 80486SX microprocessor.
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 Intel® Desktop Board D845PEBT2 - Frequently Asked Questions
Intel® Active Monitor is a system monitoring tool that alerts you when any monitored sensors on your Intel motherboard have gone outside of their recommended range.
Intel performs only limited testing of selected memory modules to verify functionality of the desktop board's design.
Intel offers a program in which an independent test labs test system memory and report passing results to Intel for inclusion on our Internet based tested memory list.
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 V I P E R L A I R .com - ASUS P5WD2 Premium, Page 1/4
On the Intel side of things, if you want to use their Dual Core CPU, the 955X is currently the only option (NVIDIA, VIA and ATI do have chipsets that support it as well).
Intel 955X/ICH7R features as they have added a lot more technologies based on their AI Life Series of boards which we'll get into shortly.
Located beneath the CPU socket, how it works is it transfers heat generated by the CPU and other components and transfers the heat to the other side (the bottom of the board).
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 CPU definition - isp.webopedia.com - The Glossary for Internet Service Providers
The CPU is the brains of the computer.
Sometimes referred to simply as the processor or central processor, the CPU is where most calculations take place.
In terms of computing power, the CPU is the most important element of a computer system.
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 Mustang Ultra R542
A complete listing of all 6x86MX parts, their MHz, and Performance Ratings (PR) is also missing from the manual.
However, three case slots were required to secure the PS/2 mouse connector, parallel port, and serial ports to the case.
Unless you have a case with a tremendous number of case slots, be prepared to lose a ISA slot or two if you decided to go with this board.
www.realworldtech.com /altcpu/subpages/cpumainboard/mtechr542.htm   (1534 words)

 CPU sockets   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Socket 7 is a physical and electrical specification for the x86 processor socket matching the pins on Pentium microprocessors manufactured by Intel, and compatibles made by Cyrix, AMD and others.
Only when CPUs that required the lower voltage appeared on the market, boards supporting them were available as well.
Any Socket 5 CPU can be placed in a Socket 7 board.
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 IPC products cpu card sbc compactpci embedded board maker in taiwan ibase
With MicroPCI sockets you can choose MicroPCI daughter cards with the functions you need to add or even remove from your system whether it is VGA, Ethernet, SCSI or RAID.
Intel®'s Embedded Division will be supplying chipsets at least in the next five (5) years.
With MicroPCI sockets, CPU cards from IBASE can support dual Ethernet interfaces that are essential to eliminate downtime and meet your critical availability needs.
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 Intel 8088 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The descendants of the 8088 include the 80188, 80186, 80286, 80386, and 80486 microprocessors which are still in use today.
The most influential microcomputer to use the 8088 was, by far, the IBM PC.
IBM's own engineers wanted to use the Motorola 68000, and it was used later in the forgotten IBM Instruments 9000 Laboratory Computer, but IBM already had rights to manufacture the 8086 family, in exchange for giving Intel the rights to its bubble memory designs.
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