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There is 423 pins in a Duel Core Processor.
The lever doesn't lift the processor out of the socket; it takes the shearing force off of the processor pins inside of the holes, so that the processor can be lifted out, or inserted, with no pressure necessary. When you lower the lever on a ZIF socket, the pins are clamped down on under the socket plastic housing.
Micro Processor is the main processing unit of the computer. It is call Central Processing Unit. If pins are broken, it will not work.
Processor pins, or in modern computers the pins in the sockets, are very delicate and easy to bend. If you insert the processor any way other than straight down, you will bend the pins and likely destroy either the processor or the motherboard, or both.
depends on what processor your asking about
LGA : Land Grid Array <== pins are in the socket, no pins are attached on the CPU, only pads. PGA: Pin Grid Array <== pins are attached on to the socket, the socket has some sort of "holes" that hold the processor
There are four pins in an Intel Core i3. The Intel Core i3 is a desktop processor. The machine has a dual-core processing unit which runs two independent processor cores in one physical package at the same frequency.
That depends upon the socket type the processor was made for. The Pentium 4 was released in three socket types: # Socket 423 (423 Pins) # Socket 478 (478 Pins) # LGA775 (775 Contacts) Note: in the case of the LGA775 the processor does not have pins. Instead it has contacts, while the socket actually has pins that connect to the contacts on the processor.
Unfortunately, no. AMD uses the Pin Grid Array socket system, where the processor has many pins that fit into holes on the motherboard. Intel, on the other hand, uses what is called the Land Grid Array socket system, where there are many pins on the motherboard's processor socket that connect with contacts on the processor. They're completely reverse systems, and attempting to use one with the other will result in severe, unrepairable damage to both the processor and the motherboard. Please do not attempt to use any Intel processor with a motherboard that uses AMD processors, or vice-versa.