Socket 478


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Socket 478

The motherboard receptacle for later model Pentium 4 chips that use the 478-pin micro-PGA (µPGA) package.
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The PC provides a Socket 478 CPU structure to support Pentium 4 processors up to 2.8 GHz.
Table--1 Volume and projected sales of PC, 2001 - 2004 Year Volume Average market share (000 units) Of local products 2001 489 67% 2002 600 65% 2003 750 63% 2004 1,000 -- Source: Apkomindo Table--2 Prices of PC components, July 2003 Brands/types Price per unit/Rp PROCCESSOR Intel 233 MMX + Fan Original 184,500 Intel Celeron 850 Mhz PCPGA 331,500 Intel Celeron 933 Mhz PCPGA 327,600 Intel Celeron 1700 Mhz Socket 478 520,800 Intel Celeron 2000 Mhz Socket 478 638,400 Intel P-III 450 Mhz PCpga Orig.
The G4G100-N Mini-ITX motherboard pairs the Intel 915GV Express chipset with Socket 478 processor support.
Applications: Desktop PC, Workstation, Server, any Pentium 4 Northwood/Prescott socket 478 application greater than 2U height
The embedded board incorporates a socket 478 Intel Pentium 4 processor with a 400 MHz or 533 MHz system bus and an Intel[R] 845G chipset.