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dcrab

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What is the differance between slot 1 and the socket 370,423,478,754,939 motherboards?

Edited by dcrab, 02 February 2006 - 01:13 PM.

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Slot 1 motherboard. Notice slot in upper right side of board.

http://www.baber.com...411/smp6sba.htm

Socket type motherboard. Notice large white socket

http://www.cpu-world.....ocket A).html

Slot 1 motherboards were for the Intel Pentium 2 processors and some early AMD 350 to 750 processors. I think AMD starting with the 600 processors switched to socket A. Intel switched soon to socket 370 which they called FC-PGA.

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Thanks, dcrab
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socket size has to match your processor. most new processors (AMD, anyway,) are 939.
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