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Socket PAC611
Type PGA
Chip form factors VLIF-PGA
Contacts 611
FSB protocol P7
Voltage range 1.5V
Processors Intel Itanium 2

This article is part of the CPU socket series

Socket PAC611 is a 611 pin microprocessor socket designed to interface an Intel Itanium 2 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 PAC611 was introduced with Intel's second generation Itanium in 2002. It supported bus speeds up to 200 MHz double-pumped.[1]

Socket PAC611 processors reach speeds up to 1.66 GHz.

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