Slot 1

<hardware, standard> The physical and electrical specification for the connector used by some of Intel's microprocessor cards, currently (August 1999) the SEPP Celeron and the SECC Pentium II.

Slot 1 is a departure from the square ZIF PGA/SPGA sockets used by Pentium and earlier processors, the processor being mounted on a card, with a 242-lead edge-connector.

The Slot 1 specification allows for higher bus rates than Socket 7. Slot 1 motherboards use the GTL+ bus protocol.

See also Slot 2, Slot A.

[bus rates?]

Last updated: 1999-08-04

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Slot 2

<hardware, standard> A physical and electrical specification for the 330-lead edge-connector used by some of Intel's microprocessor cards, currently (August 1999) the SECC Pentium III/Xeon.

Slot 2 is intended for use in high end multi-processor workstations and servers.

See also Slot A, Slot 1.

[Multi processor support?]

Last updated: 1999-08-04

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Slot A

<hardware> The physical and electrical specification for the edge-connector used by AMD's Athlon processor.

The connector allows for a higher bus rate than Socket 7 or Super 7. Slot A motherboards use Compaq's EV6 bus protocol. Slot A is mechanically compatible but electrically incompatible with Intel's Slot 1.

Last updated: 1999-08-05

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