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Old 06-27-2004, 08:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I was just looking at intel processors and found the new socket LGA 775 series. What is this? How does it perform compared to the prescott socket 478?

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I'm not an expert on processors but I would guess more pins mean more power?

Haven't heard of the socket myself, and apparently neither have you, would try to get some more information before doing anything drastic.

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yea that's the new p4 chip i think.. it's got more and more power... I almost cried when I saw the LGA 775 benchmarks against an amd 3200 64... it was a 3.4E and a 3.6EE that the AMD was tested against, so not much comparison
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