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SEPP(Single Edge Processor Package) A CPU module from Intel that held Celeron chips and their L2 cache chips. The SEPP, which plugged into Slot 1 on the motherboard, was the bare printed circuit board. For the Pentium II and Pentium III chips, the board was encased in a metal housing and became the single edge contact cartridge (SECC). See Slot 1 and SECC.
|Single Edge Processor Package|
|In the late 1990s, the SEPP was a small, 242-pin printed circuit board that held the Celeron CPU and L2 cache chips. This was when the Pentium II and Pentium III chips were the high-priced models. (Image courtesy of Gennadiy Shvets, www.cpu-world.com)|
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