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SECC
Author: Gabriel Torres Last Updated: December 29, 2005
Category: Packaging

Single Edge Contact Cartridge

SECC is a packaging standard that uses a metallic cartridge. Inside this cartridge there is a printed circuit board containing the processor and eventually static RAM chips (L2 memory cache chips). Pentium II and Pentium III Xeon processors used this packaging. On Pentium II the edge contact has 242 pins and is called slot 1 or SC242. On Pentium II Xeon the edge contact has 330 pins and is called slot 2 or SC330.

SECC
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Figure 1: SECC cartridge used by Pentium II processor.

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Figure 2: What is inside the cartridge. The processor is the green chip while the black chips are the L2 memory cache chips.

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