|Chip form factors||Organic Land Grid Array (OLGA) on Interposer (OOI) (INT2 and INT3)|
|FSB frequency||400 MT/s|
|Voltage range||1.0 - 1.85 V|
|Processor dimensions||2.1 × 2.1 inches|
|Processors||Intel Pentium 4 (1.3GHz to 2.0GHz)|
This article is part of the CPU socket series
This socket houses any processor designed in the Socket 423 package.
The socket was short-lived, as it became apparent that its electrical design proved inadequate for raising clock speed beyond 2.0 GHz. Intel produced chips using this socket for less than a year, from November 2000 to August 2001. It was replaced by Socket 478
This processor also has a locked multiplier which means that it is not overclockable.
The "PowerLeap PL-P4/N" is a device developed in the form of a socket adapter allowing the use of socket 478 processors on the socket 423.
Referring to PGA423 Socket or Pin Grid Array.
- Socket 423 to 478 adaptor review
- Comparison of Socket 423, Socket 478 and Socket A fan mounting hole positions