14 and 15 Gen Intel processor will be changed to the LGA1851 socket next year
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14 and 15 Gen Intel processor will be changed to the LGA1851 socket next year: the old cooling buckle is universal.
Regarding Intel’s next three generations of Core CPUs, there have been some unexpected revelations recently, such as the 13th-generation Core Raptor Lake switching to the LGA1800 socket, and the 14th-generation Core Meteor Lake and 15th-generation Core Arrow Lake are going to launch LGA2551.
In this regard, the information given by Benchlife has been corrected.
First, the 13th generation Core will not be replaced by LGA1800, but will still be LGA1700.
Secondly, the 14th and 15th generation Cores are actually LGA1851 sockets, with a size of 45 x 37.55mm, the same as LGA1700.
As for the 2551, it corresponds to a BGA package product in Intel’s future product planning.
Because the size of LAG1851 and LGA1700 are exactly the same, the heat dissipation clips can basically be used universally, as long as they can meet the height requirements of the top cover of the new processor.
However, because the pin definitions have changed, the motherboard cannot be used universally.
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