The Mother of All CPU Charts Part 1

Socket 775: June 2004 To Today, Continue

For the beginning of 2005, Intel plans to introduce the Pentium 4 with 2 MB L2 cache and, somewhat later, the dual-core technology.

New high in heat loss: with Socket 775 a heat loss of 115 watts was reached (TDP)

No more pins on the Socket 775 CPUs: The connections are made with the spring contacts of the socket

Socket 775: Intel Pentium 4

Board: Gigabyte 8ANXP-DW (Intel 925XE)
RAM: Dual DDR2-533 to 711 (PC4300 to PC5700)

The Gigabyte 8ANXP-DW with the Intel 925XE chipset was used for Socket 775 CPUs

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