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interesting, how does it look ?  i thought you already checked that...

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Why CPU socket looks like Intel LGA?

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7 hours ago, gjp1120 said:

Why CPU socket looks like Intel LGA?

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It is animation. The CPU is not in a socket.

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Interesting that they showed it that way though.  Next frames they specifically stated memory upgrades with the UDIMM slots.

 

@Joe_Miner Get that heatsink off anyway! We want to see!

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On 7/1/2017 at 9:49 AM, schoondoggy said:

It is animation. The CPU is not in a socket.

 

On 7/1/2017 at 11:52 AM, Dave said:

Interesting that they showed it that way though.  Next frames they specifically stated memory upgrades with the UDIMM slots.

 

@Joe_Miner Get that heatsink off anyway! We want to see!

 

Correct, the CPU is not in a socket!

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