The Socket FS1b was branded Socket AM1,  is a socket designed by AMD, launched in April 2014 for desktop SoCs in the value segment. Socket AM1 is intended for a class of CPUs that contain both an integrated GPU and a chipset, essentially forming a complete SoC implementation, and as such has pins for display, PCI Express, SATA, and other I/O interfaces directly in the socket. AMD's first compatible CPUs, designated as APUs, are 4 socketable chips in the Kabini family of the Jaguar microarchitecture, marketed under the Athlon and Sempron names and announced on April 9, 2014.
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This article is part of the CPU socket series
While the AMD mobile CPUs are available in one 722-pin package Socket FS1, but not sure whether these notebook CPUs will be compatible with Socket AM1 or vice versa.
Its mobile counterpart is Socket FT3 (BGA-769).
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