Intel Atom N475 vs VIA C7-M ULV 1.2GHz Tags: CPUs Netbooks Intel Last response: May 6, 2013 5:52 PM in CPUs Share Ikmalhidayat January 26, 2013 2:52:28 AM Its been awhile since my last post. But for now, i want to discuss about these 2 cpus. I have Atom N475 powered netbook and my father has HPmini 2133, VIA C7-M ULV 1.2GHz powered netbook. But some factors are troubles me. Why VIA C7-M is kinda faster than Atom N475, even VIA has 1.2GHz and N475 has 1.8GHz? Based on cpu-world.com , VIA has 128KB L1 and 128KB L2 while N475 has 32KB/24KB (66KB) L1 and 512KB L2. http://www.cpu-world.com/Compare/790/Intel_Atom_N475_vs... i dont know whether cpu-world.com spec is correct, but i really feels the VIA powered cpu is faster than Atom powered cpu. but i find any officially C7-M vs Intel Atom N475 reviews. what do you think about these cpus? More about : intel atom n475 ulv 2ghz kirilmatt a b à CPUs May 6, 2013 5:52:34 PM Atom is better. Via is built on the 90nm process and atom on the 45nm, atom has hyperthreading, via does not, bigger cache, higher clockspeed, no competition at all Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumWhich cpus is better? K10 or Bulldozer? ForumCpu help C7-M ® Mobile processor vs Intel Atom mobile N270 ForumAtom vs Celeron ForumFor Sell Brand New Pioneer cdj 200 player ....$150usd ForumIntel drops HyperThreading ForumWhich one is better? ForumIntel Pentium B940 vs AMD E-350 ForumPC Vs . Mac ForumIntel 50% CPU price cut to little too late. ForumHelp MobilityGuru Redesign Psion's Iconic, Ultrasmall 5mx ForumAMD: Core i7 as being out of touch with the marketplace ForumI guess the fat lady has sung ForumAMD to bring SMT/CMT Solution to Bulldozer ForumOld Processor Forum212 evo fan replacement Forum[Solved] **Unable to Install Intel QuickSync (i7-3770)** ForumFailing intel burn test on stock settings. ForumDual Quad Core Intel Xeon vs. single Six Core Intel Xeon ForumIntel Core 2 Quad Processors Forum[Solved] INTEL VS AMD More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !