This is the integration process for Intel® Boxed Processors based on the LGA1151 desktop socket.
|Note||Desktop 8th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors continue to use the LGA1151 socket, but they need new Intel® 300 Series chipset motherboards to deliver the rated performance. The processors aren't compatible with legacy platforms based on Intel® 200 Series Chipset and Intel® 100 Series Chipset motherboards. |
Similarly, 7th and 6th Generation Intel® Core™ Desktop Processors aren't compatible with the new Intel® 300 Series Chipset motherboards.
During the processor installation process, make sure the processor is seated correctly in the socket before actuating the Independent Loading Mechanism (ILM) lever. Improper installation can damage your processor and make it inoperable.
To make sure the processor is seated correctly, check for the following:
- Match the Pin 1 marker on the processor with the Pin 1 marker on the socket.
- Make sure the processor notches align correctly with the socket keying features.
- Once the processor is seated in the socket, check that all four corner heights are level.
Failure to follow the installation procedures can lead to bending of the processor package corners when the Independent Loading Mechanism (ILM) lever is actuated. Do a visual inspection to confirm correct seating of the processor in the socket.
Watch this video on the pre-installation product handling tips to install processor in the LGA1151 socket
The Intel® Thermal Solution BXTS13X supports all LGA115x sockets. If you're using any of these socket types, use the LGA1155/1156 setting on the bracket.
Watch the video on how to install the Intel® Thermal Solution BXTS13X liquid cooling thermal solution.
|How to Apply Thermal Interface Material (TIM)|
|Intel® Processor Installation Support Center|
|How to use the Intel® Desktop Compatibility Tool|