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The LGA1155 was introduced in January 2011 along with second-generation Core CPUs, built on Sandy Bridge. It was also utilized for Ivy Bridge processors, that were launched in 2012.
Thank you for your answers,
I did a search on Intel ARK site and noticed that both the CPU and LGA1155 have FCLGA1155 release date between Q2'11 and Q3'13.
They tell me to invest in FCLGA1150, I'll be investing in the right socket? I do not know anything about sockets, but this has replaced the SK 1155, right? I'll be doing well to invest in it?
Thanks for the great help
Most of the time different socket model indicates new processor models with better technologies.
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