LGA 1567

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Socket LS
Chip form factorsFlip-chip land grid array
FSB protocolIntel QuickPath Interconnect
FSB frequency1× to 4× QuickPath
ProcessorsXeon Beckton (Nehalem), Xeon E7
PredecessorLGA 1366
SuccessorLGA 2011

This article is part of the CPU socket series

LGA 1567 or Socket LS, is a CPU socket used for the high-end server segment. It has 1567 protruding pins to make contact with the pads on the processor. It supports Intel Nehalem, codenamed Beckton, Xeon 7500 and Xeon 6500 series processors first released in March 2010. The 6500 series is scalable up to 2 sockets, while the 7500 series is scalable up to 4/8 sockets on a supporting motherboard.[1]

Later on, the Xeon E7 series using the Westmere-EX architecture reused the same socket.

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  1. ^ Johan De Gelas (2010-04-12). "High-End x86: The Nehalem EX Xeon 7500 and Dell R810". Anandtech.com. Retrieved 2012-01-04.