Intel next generation “LGA-18xx” socket seen, nonetheless it absolutely might perchance well no longer be right here for a while

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Leaker @momomo_us no longer too lengthy within the past posted an image showing a CPU socket duvet marked for LGA-18xx, even though because it is additionally marked with LGA-17xx, it is probably going that both sockets might perchance well per chance cease up being closely connected. This is no longer the key time we’re listening to about Intel’s next socket coming down the pipeline. Igor’sLAB hinted at it before with a take into myth at a novel mounting machine that would work with both LGA-1700 and -1800, indicating some similarity there, as effectively.

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— 188号 (@momomo_us) June 26, 2021

Most importantly, this clarifies the sockets in seek data from being Intel’s, as without extra clarification “LGA-17xx” might perchance well additionally possess referred to AMD’s AM5 socket, which became once leaked to possess 1718 pins as allotment of the switch from a PGA to an LGA setup.

Valid when we will be getting to explore this novel socket in motion is unsure. The already-upcoming LGA-1700 socket is decided to be inclined for both 12th-gen Core “Alder Lake” parts and “Raptor Lake” after that.

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Rumors possess additionally quick that it might perchance well per chance stay for next-generation “Meteor Lake” CPUs after that, and its sizable 500-pin expand over LGA-1200 might perchance well provide a level of future proofing.

If Meteor Lake, which is decided to be Intel’s first 7 nm product, were to remain on LGA-1700, that would likely push the boat for LGA-1800 adoption out to early 2023, even though at that point leaks delivery to turn into scarce and crystal balls delivery to turn into cloudy which ability.