Handbook of CPU Sockets by Odalys Morrill

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LGA 775 processors were connected to a northbridge using the Front Side Bus. With LGA 1156, the features that were traditionally on a northbridge are integrated onto the processor. 0 x16 for communication with a graphics card. Some processors allow this connection to be divided into two x8 lanes to connect two graphics    cards. Some motherboard manufacturers use Nvidia's NF200 chip to allow even more graphics cards to be used. DMI for communication with the Platform Controller Hub (PCH). 0 x4 connection.

The official naming by Intel is mFCPGA and mPGA479M. Despite the fact that Socket 479 has 479 pin holes, the Pentium M Processors for this socket have only 478 pins. There existed three electrically incompatible, but physically identical, versions of this socket:    for Pentium III-M (released in 2001); for Pentium M and Celeron M 3xx (this was the most common version of the socket, and was released in 2003); and a version compatible with Socket M for Intel Core, Core 2 and Celeron M 4xx and 5xx processors.

The back of the housing is plastic and has several markings on it: the name, "Pentium II"; the Intel logo; a hologram; and the model number. The front consists of a black anodized aluminum plate, which is used to hold the CPU cooler. The SECC form is very solid, because the CPU itself is resting safely inside the case. As compared to socket-based CPUs, there are no pins that can be bent, and the CPU is less likely to be damaged by improper installation of a cooler. Following SECC, the SEPP-form (Single Edge Processor Package) appeared on the market.

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