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Intel single core Atom pictured in CPU-Z

Operating at 1.33GHz

By Cameron Wilmot on Apr 18, 2008 04:15 am CDT - 0 mins, 25 secs reading time

We are never quite sure how he manages it but our friend Fudo over at Fudzilla has managed to snatch a shot of an Intel single core (two threaded thanks to Hyper Threading) Atom processor under a system information utility called CPU-Z.


The CPU is running at 1.33GHz and CPU-Z detects it as "Silverthorne" but does detect as being a Core 2 part.

It is operating on a voltage of 1.160 volts with a multiplier of 10 and front side bus speed of 133MHz (532MHz quad-pumped).


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