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Wednesday, 28 September 2011 08:04

Intel's 32nm mobile Atoms detailed

Written by Slobodan Simic
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The N2800 and N2600
We managed to get some details regarding Intel's upcoming 32nm Cedarview-M mobile Atoms - the N2600 and the N2800. According to our info, it appears that these two boast significant improvements over the N455 and the N475 45nm Pineview-M chips.

The cheaper and slower N2600 Cedarview-M 32nm Atom is a dual core/four thread chip that ticks at 1.6GHz and features 1MB of L2 cache. It will feature support for DDR3-800 memory and will come with Intel IGP 3600 working at 400MHz. You may notice that the graphics part is the same one found on the introduced 32nm Cedarview-D chips launched yesterday.

The best part of this chip is its 3.5W TDP. This is a huge improvement over the 45nm Pineview-M N455 Pineview chip that was a single core CPU clocked at 1.6GHz with 512KB of L2 cache and 6.5W TDP.

The faster Cedarview-M 32nm Atom will be known as the N2800. It is still a dual core/four thread chip but this time it is clocked at 1.86GHz. It has the same 1MB of L2 cache, comes with support for DDR3-1066 memory and features Intel's IGP 3650 clocked at 640MHz. This one is set to replace the Pineview-M N475 chip that was clocked at 1.83GHz, with 512KB L2 cache and a 6.5W TDP, which is the TDP of the N2800 chip as well.

We still don't have a date for these two chips but we are sure it will surface soon enough. The price for 1K tray quantities is set at US $42 for the N2600 and US $47 for the N2800.

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