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Intel announces big brother to N450, N470 @ 1.83GHz

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| CPU, APU & Chipsets News | Posted: Mar 1, 2010 4:49 am

Intel had planned for a big brother to Atom N450 to be launched come March 1st (today) in the form of the Atom N470, but decided to jump the gun on itself and make a brief announcement over the weekend introducing the faster Atom series processor for netbooks and nettops.

 

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The Atom N470 heads north of the N450s clockspeed (1.66GHz) to 1.83GHz, whilst all other specifications remain the same; 45nm, single core with Hyperthreading, 512KB L2 cache, on-die single channel memory controller with support for DDR2-667MHz memory and Intel GMA 3150 integrated graphics.

 

Lenovo was quick to mention its IdeaPad S10-3t convertible tablet would use N470 in a previous announcement, whilst many more netbooks are expected to hit the market in the coming months with the new slightly quicker chip.

 

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