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Pac418

Socket PAC418
Type PGA
Chip form factors VLIF-PGA
Contacts 418
FSB protocol P7
Voltage range 1.1-1.85V
Processors Intel Itanium

This article is part of the CPU socket series

Socket PAC418 is a 418 pin microprocessor socket designed to interface an Intel Itanium processor to the rest of the computer (usually via the motherboard). It provides both an electrical interface as well as physical support. This socket is designed to support a microprocessor module.

Technical specifications

Socket PAC418 was introduced with Intel's first generation Itanium in 2001. It supported bus speeds up to 133 MHz double-pumped.[1]

Socket PAC418 processors reach speeds of 800 MHz.

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