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Old Aug 20, 2008, 09:45 AM   #1
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Intel Report: Intel's Dual Core Atom to Launch in September

This would definitely make the MSI Wind notebook and the ASUS Eee based notebook & PC even more desirable to consumers if and when the dual core Atoms are used.


Regardless of what internal opinion of the Atom processor is at Intel, the roadmap for the processor is moving forward and the next stop is the dual core Atom 330 desktop processor. Like its Atom 230 sibling, the Atom 330 is based on Intel's 45nm fab process and will incorporate HyperThreading technology -- in the case of the Atom 330, the processor will appear to have four cores within the operating system.

According to Register Hardware, the dual core Atom 330 processors will be soldered onto Intel's upcoming 945GX-based D945GCLF2 motherboard which supports up to 2GB of DDR2 memory.



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Old Aug 20, 2008, 09:53 AM   #2
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What architecture does Silverthorne/Diamondville use? Is it based on netburst or core or somthing else entirely?

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This is probably in response to VIA's performance crown over the Atom. VIA won't have anything to compete with and hopefully they will fade into oblivion.
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What architecture does Silverthorne/Diamondville use? Is it based on netburst or core or somthing else entirely?
I think I read somewhere that it is based on the original Pentium. I cannot find my original source, though.
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