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Old 20th September 2009, 12:09   #1
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Default Intel Future Socket R (2011) To Use LGA1366 HSF Mounting Holes

Just got a socket R (2011) test board in (not motherboard, just power test board). Good news is that while the socket is physically larger than 1366, the mounting holes for heatsinks are the same
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Guess that's all the confirmation that's needed about Sandy Bridge.
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