A packaging technology in which a device's external connections are arranged as an array of conducting leads, or pins, on the base of the package.
A form of chip with a group of pins in concentric rectangles, designed to fit into a PGA slot. x86-compatible chips that fit into socket 7, socket 370,...
This is a form of packaged IC with a group of through-hole pins in arranged in concentric rectangles.
A feaure of a CPU socket whereby the pins are aligned in uniform rows around the socket.
The pin grid array or PGA is a type of packaging used for integrated circuits, particularly microprocessors.