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SECC

Short for Single Edge Contact Cartridge SECC is a processor cartridge that plugs into a motherboard on Slot1. SECC was designed to hold the Intel Pentium II as well as external cache. SECC was replaced with the newer SECC2 technology that was designed to hold the Intel Pentium II 450 and Pentium III.

See also Slot 1.







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