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LGA775 to fly Intel flag for longer?

Company planning extension to life-cycle
| Posted: Nov 17, 2008 6:21 pm

Intel's LGA775 socket may be about to get a reprieve.

 

LGA775 to fly Intel flag for longer?

 

This report from HARDSPELL intimates that Intel, is contemplating an extension to the life cycle of its LGA775 CPUs, thereby covering presence in the entry-level marketplace.

 

Apparently, the Santa Clara, CA based company will also make select enhancements to certain Intel 4-series based chipsets to enable, a 2011 phase-out of its LGA775 socket.

 

Together with the newly launched LGA1366 socket, Intel is expected to unleash its LGA1156 platform, next year.

 

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