Difference between cure 2 do and atom and core i series Tags: CPUs Core Last response: December 1, 2010 5:00 PM in CPUs Share arfan December 1, 2010 9:27:22 AM what is difference between core i , core due 2 and atom More about : difference cure atom core series | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove PCKid777 December 1, 2010 5:00:07 PM Quote:Core i series cpus are the fastest cpus right now. C2d series cpus belong to the previous generation. Atom cpus are used in netbooks and power efficient. In regards to Atom CPUs, they really aren't that power efficient. Here is a comparison of the Atom to C2D desktop CPUs: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/intel-atom-efficien... Atom CPUs are really intended for low power applications. | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>CPUs>Difference between cure 2 do and atom and core i series> Related ressources: ForumDifference between intel core processors and atom ForumThe difference between Atom , Intel Core 2 ForumSpeed difference Atom N270 vs N280/Other questions? ForumDifference between intel atom and pantium processor ForumDifference between a Core 2 Duo T or P series ? ForumWhat\'s difference between Intel 3rd generation 2 nd generation core i ForumDifference between these 2 Samaung series 7 Chronos laptops? ForumWhats the difference between intel core 2 duo & dual core ForumCore i3 versus atom ForumNetbooks... is the atom any good? ForumLGA 1156 Core i5 ForumKinds of pentium intel atom pentium dual core and quad core ForumWhat's difference between Intel 3rd generation 2 nd generation core i ForumWhat is the difference between amd dual core and intel i-5 ForumIntel® Atom ™ D525 Dual- Core vs Intel Celeron 743 ForumThermaltake 850w PCI-E question ForumIs there any difference in performance betwn these cpu? ForumAMD Phenom II X4 965 vs Intel Core i7-950 Forum[Solved] Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 vs AMD Phenom II Triple CoreP840 ForumCooler Master HAF 922 vs NZXT Crafted Series Tempest EVO More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !