The Decision 486GSI line of PCs features processor upgrades through the use of a zero insertion force socket.
What does ZIFS stand for?
ZIFS stands for Zero Insertion Force Socket
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Users simply pop off the metal clip that attaches the heatsink, lift the lever that releases the processor pins, and snap the card into the zero insertion force socket that is provided on the motherboards of all PowerMac G3 computers.
In addition to easy CPU power upgrades via a zero insertion force socket design that allows processor replacement at the flick of a lever, the systems feature scalable cache and system memory.
The BGA emulator adapter for the Motorola 68356 is available with a zero insertion force socket.