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Intel Pineview details pop up on the net

Next Gen Atom is looking good

| Posted: Jun 11, 2009 2:57 pm

We mentioned yesterday that Pineview should hit the shelves in October.
Now it seems the floodgates are opening with more Pineview details popping up on the net. This time the information comes to us in the form of a piece on netbookchoice.com.

 

According to the article the new Pine views will come in three flavors the N400 series which is for netbooks and still single core, the D400 single core for nettops and the dual core D500 series. These will pair p with the new NM10 Express chipset.

 

The first N400 series Atom to hit will be the N450 we talked about yesterday, I should run at 1.66GHz sport 512k of L2 cache and sip a low 7Watts of power.

 

Read more here.

 

Intel Pineview details pop up on the net

 


These new chips will enable much slimmer netbook designs due to the cool chip performance. Average power consumption will drop 50 percent from 4W to 2W. Also, the TDP of the N450 will be just 7W compared to 16W for the N270 Atom CPU. As a result of this, we will start to see more fanless netbook designs.

 

In addition to the N450 Atom, Intel will also release the Nettop Atom versions D410 and D510. The D410 Atom will be more or less the same as the N450 with the same 1.66GHz clock speed. The only difference is that the IGP will be clocked even higher, resulting in a slightly higher TDP. The dual-core D510 Atom CPU will also be clocked at 1.66GHz, support hyper-threading and have 1MB L2 Cache.

 

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