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Intel Documents Leak Two More 32nm Atom Processors

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A newly published datasheet on Intel's website reveal two more 32 nm Atom processors, in addition to two D2000 series CPUs we mentioned last week.

Joining the D2700 and D2500, which target entry-level desktop system with a TDP of less than 10 watts, Intel will also introduce the corresponding N2600 and N2800, which target mobile devices with a TDP of less than 3.5 watts and less than 6.5 watts, respectively. The N2600 will have a clock range of 1.6 GHz to 1.86 GHz, while the N2800 will arrive with a core frequency of 1.86 GHz to 2.13 GHz. As a refresher, the D2500 is clocked from 1.86 GHz to 2.13 GHz and the D2700 from 2.13 GHz to 2.4 GHz.

According to the data sheet, the N2600 has an average power consumption of 1.09 watts; the N2800 is rated at 1.81 watts.

The graphics engine remain DX9 compliant with support for HDMI 1.3a. A 640 MHz clock is used for the Higher-end models D2700 and N2800, while D2500 and N2600 graphics are clocked at 400 Mhz. Only the D2700 and the N2800 support HDCP 1.3 for Blu-ray playback.

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    rpmrush , October 4, 2011 6:15 PM
    It's Atom..what do you want? DX11 support when it can barely muster blu ray play back? C'mon..get a grip!
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    house70 , October 4, 2011 6:13 PM
    DjEaZy... just DX9? Common?!

    Can't have it both ways, buddy. Weak CPU for strong power savings, or the other way around. If powerful gaming is what you're after, this CPU is not for you.
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    house70 , October 4, 2011 6:13 PM
    DjEaZy... just DX9? Common?!

    Can't have it both ways, buddy. Weak CPU for strong power savings, or the other way around. If powerful gaming is what you're after, this CPU is not for you.
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    rpmrush , October 4, 2011 6:15 PM
    It's Atom..what do you want? DX11 support when it can barely muster blu ray play back? C'mon..get a grip!
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    pbrigido , October 4, 2011 6:23 PM
    DjEaZy... just DX9? Common?!


    No need to complain about this only having DX9...it is an Atom.
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    ojas , October 4, 2011 6:50 PM
    how is this a "leaked" doc if they've published it on their site???
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    amk-aka-Phantom , October 4, 2011 7:32 PM
    Cool story, cool story, but I made sure NO ONE whom I know buys anything lower than an i3. Enough crappy low-tier systems that break in a year or two! High-end parts only.
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    LuckyDucky7 , October 4, 2011 7:35 PM
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    No need to complain about this only having DX9...it is an Atom.


    Yeah, because there's no processor out there that has good integrated graphics in a power envelope of 10W.

    Oh wait. It's called the AMD C-60 APU.

    And as for less that 6W? Well, there's the Z-01. That's 5.9W and supports DX11.

    Oh yeah, and those ones came out in June (August for the C-60).
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    rottingsheep , October 4, 2011 8:11 PM
    i'm waiting for proper reviews for the netbook cpus.
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    rottingsheep , October 4, 2011 8:15 PM
    no support for flash 11 and above. bad
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    jacobdrj , October 4, 2011 8:46 PM
    Yeah, it is looking more and more like my next netbook will be an AMD...

    Just need to find one with the right form-factor and features.
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    Nintendork , October 4, 2011 9:32 PM
    You can look at the updated HP DM1-4000 with the E-450. It fixes whatever the DM1-3100 need to be fixed.
    Awesome "ultraportable".
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    amk-aka-Phantom , October 4, 2011 9:44 PM
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    Yeah, it is looking more and more like my next netbook will be an AMD...

    Just need to find one with the right form-factor and features.


    And my next netbook simply will not be. The hype is down; enough with the small bastards. My netbook so far is only useful as a Wi-Fi antenna for my desktop.
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    summitflier , October 4, 2011 9:54 PM
    Yeah, it's "only" an Atom, no where near a quad care 64 bit i7. But you have to admit, 1.3 is impressive. This isn't a gaming CPU, it isn't meat for servers or virtualization, it's a low end embedded device CPU. A competitor for the ARM CPUs. Faster speeds? Lower power usage? I'm not sure about heat dissapation or price compared to ARM, but this could be a market changer.
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    Anonymous , October 4, 2011 10:57 PM
    summitflier: 1.3w is average power, which probably is mostly sitting idle. Whereas AMD's C-X0 probably averages similar, and ARM has an absolute max of 1-2w for a full SOC that includes telephony and other IO, and an average power consumption of well under 1w. It's really not that impressive, much less revolutionary.
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    eddieroolz , October 5, 2011 12:29 AM
    The last part puts the processor in perspective.

    Only the higher-end model of the mobile variant can play Blu-Ray. While AMD's E-350 has plenty of power to do so, and maybe even some older games.
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    enewmen , October 5, 2011 2:29 AM
    ANY information on Atoms is not a leak.
    Intel has a long way to go before they need to worry about Atom crowd control.
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    jsc , October 5, 2011 6:30 AM
    amk-aka-phantomAnd my next netbook simply will not be. The hype is down; enough with the small bastards. My netbook so far is only useful as a Wi-Fi antenna for my desktop.

    Mine is very useful. It perfectly suppliments my three personal desktops, my three office desktops, my company laptop, and my personal laptop.

    Of course, I did not have unreasonable expectations when I bought it.
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    amk-aka-Phantom , October 5, 2011 6:43 AM
    Quote:
    Mine is very useful. It perfectly suppliments my three personal desktops, my three office desktops, my company laptop, and my personal laptop.

    Of course, I did not have unreasonable expectations when I bought it.


    Neither did I. It's great for work, too, because it's easy to carry around, but I find myself growing tired of the small screen and the keyboard. Battery life is great, sure, but I don't really need it... 2 hours is usually enough for me. So I think I'll get something 14-15'' next time - my eyesight's importance and performance >>>>>>>>> mobility.
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    nhat11 , October 5, 2011 12:42 PM
    64-bit support for these cpu?