LGA 775

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LGA 775

(Land Grid Array 775) A motherboard receptacle with 775 contacts that is used for various Intel Pentium and Core 2 CPUs. Also called "Socket T." See LGA.
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0 length CPU card to support LGA775 of Intel[R] Core2 Extreme / Core 2 Quad / Core 2 Duo / Celeron processor, 800/1066/1333MHz system, based on Intel G41 + ICH7 chipset, front-side bus.
Caracteristicas: Compatible con Intel Core 2: Extreme, Quad, Duo; socket LGA775 para FSB de 1600/1333/1066/800 MHz; chipset Intel P45/ICH 10R; memoria RAM DDR2 DIMM Dual Channel con cuatro ranuras para hasta 16 GB; audio en alta definicion de 2/4/5.
Joining the power of a NVIDIA CUDA-ready GeForce 9300 graphics with socket LGA775 Intel processors into a miniature mini-ITX form factor, the ZOTAC GeForce 9300-ITX WiFi delivers unprecedented performance to mini-ITX small form factor systems.
Compatible with Intel socket LGA775 processors, the ZOTAC nForce supports a wide range of processors for all computing demands.
The new chip continues to use Intel's long standing LGA775 CPU interface and has each of its cores purring along at 2.
The NAR-5520 includes the Intel 945G chipset and supports socket LGA775 processors, including Intel Core 2 Duo.
It can be installed with Intel's full series of Pentium M processors and the power consumption is a quarter of Intel LGA775 Pentium 4 processor.
These integrated fan heatsinks are intended for applications using the Intel Pentium 4 LGA775 and 478 as well as the AMD Athlon 64, XP and Opteron CPUs.
It is observed that LGA775 remained the dominant CPU connector type in the second quarter of 2011.
The ZOTAC GeForce 9300 supports Intel socket LGA775 based processors eI including Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Extreme, Pentium and Celeron eI with front-side bus speeds up to 1333 MHz.
The LGA775 socket on both motherboards is compatible with a range of embedded Intel architecture processors, including the Intel Core2 Quad processors, Intel Core2 Duo processors and Intel Celeron 400 Series processors with 800 MHz, 1067 MHz and 1333 MHz front-side bus speeds.