^LGA775 is strictly the CPU interface. There are a variety of boards out there that support LGA775/DDR/AGP, LGA775/DDR2/PCI-E, LGA775/DDR/DDR2/AGP, and LGA775/DDR/DDR2/AGP/PCI-3E combos. I did an exhaustive chart and a quick summation of the some of the currently available options, at Plague's request, but I don't think he's put it up yet.
Anyoo, LGA775 is proving to be the more efficient interface for Prescott processors. The Prescotts run cooler and overclock better in the LGA775 package.
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