Subject: General Tech | October 29, 2012 - 12:00 PM | Tim Verry
Tagged: SoC, saltwell, Intel, hyperthreading, cedarview, atom
Intel has launched a new Atom-series processor called the Atom D2560. It is a 32nm processor based on the Saltwell microarchitecture, and it replaces the D2550 as the top chip in the lineup.
The D2560 has two x86 cores clocked at 2.0 GHz with support for Intel’s HyperThreading technology for four total threads. The Atom CPU supports SSE2, SSE3, and SSSE3 instructions. Further, it has 1MB of L2 cache. CPU cores are not the only thing Intel has packed into the Atom chip, however. A GPU clocked at 640 MHz and integrated memory controller are also included. The Atom IMC supports a single channel of DDR3 clocked at 1066MHz – with a maximum of 4GB with a single DIMM.
The D2560 has a 10W TDP rating and is available to OEMs for $47 per 1000 chips (tray pricing).
Learn more about Intel’s Atom-series processors at PC Perspective.