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Old 7th February 2010, 13:38   #1
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Default Intel's next socket nearly doubles pin counts

People laughed when I said that Socket 1160 would lose 4 pins, but here we sit just over a year later and Socket 1156 is old news. The next one, called Socket R in some circles, has 2011 pins. It was going to be released in late 2010, but that got some of the more numerologically inclined managers at Intel to sound the alarm. Still shaken by seeing the movie 2012 and reading arcane charts found in bubble-gum packets, a 2010 release was moved out to appease certain powers that are not known to those uninitiated in the ways of real product planning.
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