Socket 8


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Socket 8

(hardware, standard)
A physical and electrical specification for the x86 processor socket matching the pins on a Pentium Pro microprocessor.

Socket 8 uses a dual pattern PGA/SPGA LIF/ZIF socket with 387 pins, arranged 24x26.
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Socket 8

The motherboard receptacle that holds a Pentium Pro CPU chip. See Slot 1.
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