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    Intel LGA1700 socket '15R1' pictured

    Sample in the photo doesn't look like it takes up more PCB space than LGA1200.
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    Re: Intel LGA1700 socket '15R1' pictured

    That's a lot of pins to bend when you accidentally drop the CPU into the socket when building your own machine...

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    Re: Intel LGA1700 socket '15R1' pictured

    Quote Originally Posted by [GSV
    Trig;304]That's a lot of pins to bend when you accidentally drop the CPU into the socket when building your own machine...
    sure is lol

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    Re: Intel LGA1700 socket '15R1' pictured

    so Intel is finally making a socket that has a long lasting stand as AM4?

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    Re: Intel LGA1700 socket '15R1' pictured

    Quote Originally Posted by QuorTek View Post
    so Intel is finally making a socket that has a long lasting stand as AM4?
    Don't be daft, Intel enjoys milking those who don't really know what they're buying? Why would they get rid of one of their little cash cows!

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