Page 1:Intel Atom 230 At 1.60 GHz With Hyper-Threading
Page 2:Overview Of Atom Technology
Page 3:Functional Comparison Of The Atom
Page 4:ITX Motherboard
Page 5:ITX Motherboard, Continued
Page 6:BIOS And Overclocking
Page 7:Thermal Power Loss
Page 8:Thermal Power Loss, Continued
Page 9:Cooling And Temperatures
Page 10:Speed When Surfing
Page 11:Windows XP Or Vista?
Page 12:LAN, DVD And HD-Speed
Page 13:Hyper-Threading: Atom 230 Versus Celeron 220
Page 14:Test System, Drivers, Benchmarks, Settings
Page 15:Lame, iTunes, AVG, Winrar
Page 16:Cinema 4D, Fritz, PCMark
Page 17:SiSoft Sandra
Page 18:Results: Atom Is Not Suitable As An Office PC
Windows XP Or Vista?
Whether to use Vista or Windows XP is a question that is not easy to answer purely on the basis of the benchmark charts. To complete the same amount of work, Vista requires more performance power, which the Atom 230 is not able to provide. Under Windows XP, it isn’t exactly racing along, but it is easier to work with.
The difference in speed between the Atom 230 and the traditional desktop processors is frightening. The ITX board with the Celeron 220 is more than 30% faster than the Atom 230.
The supplied CD contains all the drivers for Vista and Windows XP, and the installation of both operating systems was completed quickly and with no problems. All components such as network, audio, graphics core and chip set run without issues, and we do have to take our hats off to ECS for this. As mentioned earlier, we recommend operating the Atom board in conjunction with Windows XP.
- Intel Atom 230 At 1.60 GHz With Hyper-Threading
- Overview Of Atom Technology
- Functional Comparison Of The Atom
- ITX Motherboard
- ITX Motherboard, Continued
- BIOS And Overclocking
- Thermal Power Loss
- Thermal Power Loss, Continued
- Cooling And Temperatures
- Speed When Surfing
- Windows XP Or Vista?
- LAN, DVD And HD-Speed
- Hyper-Threading: Atom 230 Versus Celeron 220
- Test System, Drivers, Benchmarks, Settings
- Lame, iTunes, AVG, Winrar
- Cinema 4D, Fritz, PCMark
- SiSoft Sandra
- Results: Atom Is Not Suitable As An Office PC