Socket 495

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Socket 495
aka µPGA2
Intel µPGA2 socket.JPG
TypePGA-ZIF
Chip form factorsFlip-chip pin grid array (FC-PGA2)
Contacts495
FSB protocolAGTL+
Voltage range1.6-1.7V
ProcessorsIntel Celeron
PredecessorSocket 615
SuccessorSocket 479

This article is part of the CPU socket series

Socket 495, sometimes referred to as µPGA2 is a CPU socket for the Intel Pentium III and Celeron mobile processors. This socket was also used in Microsoft's Xbox Console, but in a BGA (ball grid array) format. This socket replaced Socket 615 (µPGA1), which was used in Pentium II and early Celeron mobile processors.

Technical specifications[edit]

This socket is a 495 pin CPU socket designed to house any processor in the Socket 495 package. The socket has a 1.27mm pitch and is designed to support a heatsink.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Intel Pentium III Mobile Celeron Processor