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Application:

Pentium 4 LGA775 Processor

Provided by:

Computer Geeks

Available at:

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MSRP:

$280.00

Availability:

Now

Review by:

Scott

Edited by:

Matt

Review date:

February 26th, 2005

 

 

3.4GHz Intel LGA775 Pentium 4

     Today we take a look at another Pentium 4 processor, the 3.4GHz LGA775. As things look right now, it appears that Intel will discontinue all other sockets and press on with LGA775. This is evident as Intel has just released their new lineup up 6xx sequence Pentium 4 processors in LGA775 only. While I don't have one of these "new" Pentium 4s, I do have a very fast, very affordable, and very overclockable CPU here to show you today!

Specs:

  • Model: Intel Pentium 4 w/ Hyper Threading

  • Core: Prescott

  • Operating Frequency: 3.4GHz

  • FSB: 800MHz

  • Cache: L1/12K+16K; L2/1MB

  • Voltage: 1.4V

  • Process: 90 nm

  • Socket: LGA 775

  • Multimedia Instruction: MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3

  • Warranty: 3-year MFG

  • Packaging: Retail box (with Heatsink and Fan)


3.4GHz Pentium 4 Socket LGA775 Processor

     As I'm sure you know by now, the biggest difference between LGA775 and other sockets is that LGA775 has no pins on the CPU. The pins are actually located on the LGA775 socket on the motherboard.


ABIT AA8 DuraMAX


Contact points on the bottom of the LGA775 processor.

 

 


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