Intel Atom D510 'Pine Trail' Boosts Performance

Pine Trail is the platform codename, Pineview is the codename for the new Atom CPU. Pineview takes the same 45nm Atom architecture introduced in 2008 and integrates a memory controller, DMI link and GMA 3150 graphics core. Intel announced Atom N450, Atom D410 and D510. N450 is the lower power netbook version of the new […]

Pine Trail is the platform codename, Pineview is the codename for the new Atom CPU. Pineview takes the same 45nm Atom architecture introduced in 2008 and integrates a memory controller, DMI link and GMA 3150 graphics core. Intel announced Atom N450, Atom D410 and D510. N450 is the lower power netbook version of the new Atom and is a single core processor. Intel claims that only single core Atom processors will be offered in netbooks, a limitation that may be lifted at some point in the future but no time soon. Intel seems intent on keeping netbooks from being too high performance, or even just less miserable than they would be with a single core Atom. D410 and D510 are for desktops and nettops, they’re single and dual core versions of new processor, respectively. All three chips run at 1.66GHz, they only differ in core counts, TDPs, memory speed and supported capacity. The table below lists the details:

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