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AOpen Slocket Review - AOpen Slocket Review
Thu Jun 15, 2000 | 5:32A| PermaLink
"It would be easy to become confused by the vast array of processors out there, the types of connection, and more. You have Slot 1, Slot 2, Slot A, Socket 370, Socket 7, PPGA, FC-PGA, etc. For quite some time, Intel has been making Socket 370 processors that fit nicely into the Socket 370 boards, these we have come to know and love as the Celeron. Well, Intel has introduced a new breed of Socketed chips the FC-PGA or Flipchip. With so many Slot 1 boards on the market, Intel felt it would be in poor judgment to pull the SECC or Slot 1 processors. In fact some of the new Pentium III Coppermine chips are coming in SECC cartridges. Because there are still processors and motherboards made with Slot 1 configurations, motherboard manufacturers have had to come up with ways to allow consumers to use any chip they chose on their motherboards. You are all familiar with slockets from Abit, Iwill, and a few others. Well, AOpen has entered the Slocket arena as well, offering us their AOpen FC-PGA CPU Converter Card."

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