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

Single Edge Processor Package

SEPP is a packaging standard similar to SECC and SECC2 but without using a cartridge. The processor is soldered directly on a printed circuit board. It was used with the very first Celeron models. The edge contact used by SEPP processors has 242 pins and is called slot 1 or SC242.

SEPP
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Figure 1: SEPP package, used by the very first Celeron processor models.

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