LGA 775

LGA 775

LGA 775, also known as Socket T, is an Intel desktop CPU socket. LGA stands for land grid array. Unlike earlier common CPU sockets, such as its predecessor Socket 478, the LGA 775 has no socket holes; instead, it has 775 protruding pins which touch contact points on the underside of the processor (CPU).[2]

The socket had an unusually long life span, lasting 7 years until the last processors supporting it ceased production in 2011.

The socket was superseded by the LGA 1156 (Socket H) and LGA 1366 (Socket B) sockets.

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