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The μPGA2 socket

The Micro-PGA2, also known as the μPGA2, is Intel's pin grid array package for their Pentium III and some later Celeron mobile processors. It replaced its predecessor, Micro-PGA1, which was used in Pentium II and early Celeron mobile processors.

External links

  • "X86 cpus' Guide - View details on Intel Pentium III 700 Mobile µPGA2" - an example of a µPGA2 CPU

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