AMD CPU development for many years, why can’t like Intel put the pin on the motherboard, let the motherboard general?

Since when did LGA toothpaste manufacturers give you motherboards for use? Generation one interface, change U= change motherboard, has lasted for nearly ten years.

On the contrary, PGA package AMD, AM4 ZEN architecture three generation motherboard upgrade BIOS can be changed to use, in addition to the entry level motherboard really do change U can be universal, compared with toothpaste factory high to do not know where to go, and TR4 is not LGA package …………

AMD CPU development for many years, why can't like Intel put the pin on the motherboard, let the motherboard general

Toothpaste factory 10 generation still change interface, more than a needle ask you afraid of …………

Amd used to use Intel motherboards years ago, then Intel switched to a port like slot1 and patented it against AMD. Amd was forced to develop its own socket to this day.

So the answer to this question is: AMD can’t make its socket compatible with Intel CPUS because Intel has a patent that doesn’t allow AMD to use Intel’s socket.

AMD CPU development for many years, why can't like Intel put the pin on the motherboard, let the motherboard general

So it doesn’t matter what socket AMD uses, it’s intel-compatible anyway. Anyway, you can’t get what you want. (TR4 in the comments, let’s see what the question is)

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