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Duncan Bladen Dec 08, 2013, 02:36pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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been off the site since 2009 , due to personal stuff ,

now looking to build new pc , last setup was intel core 2 duo and skt 775 lga board

my question is whats the latest socket ? for intel , is it 1155 or 1150 ? as ive been out of the game for a while ?


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john albrich Dec 08, 2013, 03:18pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Dec 08, 2013, 03:45pm EST

 
>> Re: motherboard/ processor question
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For consumer platforms 1150 is the more recent (launched 2013) v. 1155 (launched 2011), per:
http://www.buildcomputers.net/intel-cpu-socket.html

edit to add:
For similar queries on other devices/technologies, a search engine query like this may prove helpful:
[ intel cpu socket timeline ]

e.g. [ manufacturer device devicespecification (deviceattribute)* timeline ]


*(deviceattribute) is optional (e.g. manufacture, development, end-of-life, price, etc)

Some other considerations some people may tend to associate with pin counts...
One must also keep in mind that the number of pins a cpu has doesn't necessarily mean one processor for sale is more recent design than another. For example, you may see a processor on sale with X pins built with a 90nm process and a newer technology processor with X pins but built with a newer 45nm process. So, just relying on pin count alone won't guarantee it is a more recent technology than some other processors. One must also keep in mind that a socket with X pins doesn't guarantee the motherboard can handle all processors made with X pins. One X pins processor may consume 125Watts while another X pin processor may consume 45Watts. So be sure to also look at mother specs when selecting a processor based on socket family/pin-count.

Duncan Bladen Dec 09, 2013, 06:36am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: motherboard/ processor question
thankyou for quick reply

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