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how difficult is  it to socket a  intel core i7 10700 8x2,00 GHz, tray socel 1200 LGA on a mainboard.

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tarifa    2

How dificult is

 

 

 

.... it to socket a  intel core i7 10700 8x2,00 GHz, tray socel 1200 LGA on a mainboard. 

 

 

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Intel® Core™ i7-10700 Prozessor (Codename "Comet Lake-S")  8-Kern-CPU für den Sockel 1200 

und basiert auf der Comet Lake Generation. Die CPU taktet mit 2,90 GHz bei maximal 65 Watt TDP. 

Dieser Intel® Core™-Prozessor basiert auf Intel®'s 14-nm-Comet Lake-Architektur und stellt 

eine Weiterentwicklung der bisherigen Core™-Prozessoren dar.

https://www.alternate.de/Intel/Core-i7-10700-Prozessor/html/product/1612095

 

 

 

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Typ Desktop

Hersteller-Nr. CM8070104282327

CPU-Typ Core i7

Sockel 1200

Bauform FC-LGA4

Kern Bezeichnung Core i7 10xxx (Comet Lake-S)

Anzahl 8 Kerne

Threads 16

Mikroarchitektur Comet Lake

Strukturgröße 14 nm

Taktfrequenz 2900 MHz

Turbo-Modus bis maximal 4800 MHz

Cache Level 3: 16384 KB

Lüfter Kein Lüfter im Lieferumfang enthalten

CPUs in Multiprozessorsystem 1

Speicher-Controller Kanäle 2

Unterstützte Standards DDR4-2933

Grafik GPU Intel® UHD Graphics 630

Takt Standard: 350 MHz, Turbo: 1200 MHz

Bustakt 8000 MT/S

Stromverbrauch (TDP) maximal 65 Watt

Hinweis Tray-Version

Feature Intel® Optane™ Speicher unterstützt, Intel® Turbo Boost Max-Technik 3.0, Intel® Turbo-Boost-Technik 2.0, Intel® Hyper-Threading-Technik, Intel® Virtualisierungstechnik (VT-x), Intel® Directed-I/O-Virtualisierungstechnik (VT-d), Intel® VT-x mit Extended Page Tables (EPT), Intel® 64, Befehlssatz 64-bit, Intel® SSE4.1, Intel® SSE4.2, Intel® AVX2, Ruhezustände, Erweiterte Intel SpeedStep® Technologie, Thermal-Monitoring-Technik, Intel® Identity-Protection-Technik, Intel® AES New Instructions, Secure Key, Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX), Intel® OS Guard, Execute Disable Bit, Intel® Boot Guard Weitere Informationen Max. Speichergröße (abhängig vom Speichertyp): 128 GB

 

 

 

 

see also here  : https://www.alternate.de/Intel/Core-i7-10700-Prozessor/html/product/1612095

 

 

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Mindovermaster    3,634

Um, what are you asking here? Does your board support it?

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neufuse    4,382
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how hard? you just line up the triangle corners... sit it in and close the retainer........

 

it aint a threadripper with 10 steps and specific torque screws...

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Jim K    15,692

Inserting an i7-10700 into any compatible LGA1200 board is very easy ... the process has been relatively unchanged for over a decade (since what...LGA 775?).

 

Inserting an i7-10700 into an incompatible socket, such as the LGA1151, would be very difficult.  🙂 

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Mindovermaster    3,634
3 hours ago, neufuse said:

it aint a threadripper with 10 steps and specific torque screws...

 I saw Linus from LTT install a lot of ThreadRippers, and it really isn't that different...

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Jim K    15,692
49 minutes ago, Mindovermaster said:

 I saw Linus from LTT install a lot of ThreadRippers, and it really isn't that different ...

But it _is_ different. Last I checked you didn't have to slide an Intel CPU onto a plastic bracket and then go in a specific order with a torque torx screwdriver. The only thing similar is that both TR and Intel is they're LGA.

 

Different doesn't necessarily mean it is harder ... but they are very different. 

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neufuse    4,382
53 minutes ago, Mindovermaster said:

 I saw Linus from LTT install a lot of ThreadRippers, and it really isn't that different...

isn't that different?

 

TR CPU's are in plastic carriers, you have to make sure its in the carrier right if it came out... you have to move two brackets, one retainer and one clip down... place the TR CPU into the retainer, push it down, push the clip down part down, put screws in a specific order and torque them using a special torque driver the CPU comes with

 

vs Intel

 

Release level, pop up retainer, align cpu put down close retainer put clip down lever back down

 

 

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