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Windows 7: Intel committed to CPU socket, for now.


14 Dec 2012   #11

Windows 8 Pro (32-bit)
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bdstx4 View Post
It will be a few years yet before manufacturing can afford to solder on $50+ cpu chips. The defect hardware cost could
be huge. And beyond Intels control. And I cannot ever imagine higher end-cost cpu ever being soldered. Sockets on good computers are here to stay for a long time. To solder a cpu demands near perfection from manufacturing of the
circuit board it goes on. Maybe with phones or tablets, but a long time to come for a Desktop, Full Laptop or Server motherboard.
You don't have to soldier a CPU onto a board in order to test it. all you need is some sort of testing apparatus that can make contact with all of the soldier points.

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18 Dec 2012   #12

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18 Dec 2012   #13

Win 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by FuturDreamz View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bdstx4 View Post
It will be a few years yet before manufacturing can afford to solder on $50+ cpu chips. The defect hardware cost could
be huge. And beyond Intels control. And I cannot ever imagine higher end-cost cpu ever being soldered. Sockets on good computers are here to stay for a long time. To solder a cpu demands near perfection from manufacturing of the
circuit board it goes on. Maybe with phones or tablets, but a long time to come for a Desktop, Full Laptop or Server motherboard.
You don't have to soldier a CPU onto a board in order to test it. all you need is some sort of testing apparatus that can make contact with all of the soldier points.
Soldier?
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18 Dec 2012   #14

Win7 64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Lady Fitzgerald View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by FuturDreamz View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by bdstx4 View Post
It will be a few years yet before manufacturing can afford to solder on $50+ cpu chips. The defect hardware cost could
be huge. And beyond Intels control. And I cannot ever imagine higher end-cost cpu ever being soldered. Sockets on good computers are here to stay for a long time. To solder a cpu demands near perfection from manufacturing of the
circuit board it goes on. Maybe with phones or tablets, but a long time to come for a Desktop, Full Laptop or Server motherboard.
You don't have to soldier a CPU onto a board in order to test it. all you need is some sort of testing apparatus that can make contact with all of the soldier points.
Soldier?

Probably why they'll keep sockits...

Or they might "soldier on with sockets"
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