LGA 775 exploration continued

— 11:41 AM on August 6, 2004

The Inquirer has posted part three and four of its look at why Intel moved to LGA 775. The new sections cover the benefits of additional power and ground pins, durability FUD, pin density, the socket's higher price, and compatibility with desktop versions of the Pentium M. Parts one and two are also available if you missed them earlier in the week.

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