A type of CPU socket (also called processor
socket) used for Intel Pentium 4
and the Celeron
series CPUs. 478 is the number of holes in the socket for CPU
pins. Motherboards that use Socket 478 can support DDR
and some SDRAM
See "What You Need to Know About Motherboards" in the Quick Reference section of Webopedia.
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