Intel Nehalem will use LGA1366 socket

Posted on Monday, Oct 22 2007 @ 20:38 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Soon Intel's first 45nm CPUs will be available but the firm is also working hard on the next generation - Nehalem.

Nehalem will brings lots of new features including a DDR3 memory controller and integrated graphics and that's one of the reasons why LGA775 will no longer cut it. According to some rumours Intel will have to introduce a new socket called LGA1366.

The first Nehalem desktop processors are expected in the fourth quarter of 2008.

Source: FUD Zilla


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