Sunday, 11 December 2011

Diamondville microprocessor

On March 2, 2008, Intel appear lower-power variants of the Diamondville CPU called Atom N2xx. It was advised for use in nettops, and the Classmate PC netbook.242526 Like their predecessors, these are single-core CPUs with Hyper-Threading.

The N270 has a TDP of 2.5 W, runs at 1.6 GHz27 and has a 533 MHz FSB. The N280 has a 1.66 GHz alarm acceleration and a 667 MHz FSB.28

On September 22, 2008, Intel appear a fresh dual-core processor (unofficially code-named Bifold Diamondville) branded Atom 330, to be acclimated in desktop computers. It runs at 1.6 GHz and has a FSB active at 533 MHz. The processor has an 8 W TDP rating. Its bifold amount consists of two Diamondville dies on a distinct substrate. Atom 330 supports 64 bit instructions.

During 2009, Nvidia acclimated the Atom 300 and their GeForce 9400M chipset on a mini-ITX anatomy agency motherboard for their Ion platform

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