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ZIF Socket (Zero Insertion Force) Socket - Definition

ZIF (Zero Insertion Force) Socket is a special is a type of CPU socket on a computer motherboard for plugging in or upgrading integrated circuits easily. The ZIF socket can be easily opened by lifting a small lever or turning a screw allowing a chip, usually a CPU to be dropped in, then the socket is closed.


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