Intel Atom

Intel Atom
Actual generation: 6.
Actual architecture: Parker Ridge
Technology: 10 nm
Chip design: Monolithic
Instruction set: SSE4.1, SSE4.2, Intel QAT
Virtualization: VT-x, VT-x EPT, VT-d
Intel Atom processors are very economical processors that are used in netbooks, smaller notebooks and mini servers. Atom processors starting with an E are intended for private use and have an internal graphics card. They have 1-4 physical cores and mostly support low-voltage RAM, for example LPDDR4, as well as normal modules.

The new Atom C series, on the other hand, is intended for use in mini servers or web servers. Intel Atom C processors can provide up to 8 physical CPU cores, but like the E series for private use, all Intel Atom processors do not have these Hyper-Threading Technology. The fastest 8-core Intel Atom C2750 should be about half as fast as an Intel Xeon 1220 v3 with a quarter of the energy consumption.

For the first time, the Intel Atom C series supports up to 4 modules with 16GB each, i.e. a total of 64GB DDR3-1333 RAM, which results in a memory bandwidth of 25.3GB/s. Intel Atom processors are often advertised with a maximum RAM support of only 8 GB. In reality, however, these systems can also get by with 16 GB, sometimes even 32 GB of RAM. However, since the Intel Atom processors form the entry-level segment of Intel processors, the official amount of main memory is usually reported as low on purpose.

Contrary to Intel Celeron and Intel Pentium processors, which are mostly based on the current Intel Core i series, the Intel Atom processors are independent developments. These are characterized by an even better energy consumption and the capability also in systems that are passively cooled (i.e. without a CPU fan and only with a heat sink). Modern Intel Atom processors do not have to be slow and are usually also suitable for office PCs and NAS systems.

All Intel Atom CPUs

Processor Generation
Intel Atom x6427FE Intel Atom x6427FE
4C 4T @ 1.90 GHz
6.
Intel Atom x6425RE Intel Atom x6425RE
4C 4T @ 1.90 GHz
6.
Intel Atom x6425E Intel Atom x6425E
4C 4T @ 2.00 GHz
6.
Intel Atom x6414RE Intel Atom x6414RE
4C 4T @ 1.50 GHz
6.
Intel Atom x6413E Intel Atom x6413E
4C 4T @ 1.50 GHz
6.
Intel Atom x6212RE Intel Atom x6212RE
2C 2T @ 1.20 GHz
6.
Intel Atom x6211E Intel Atom x6211E
2C 2T @ 1.30 GHz
6.
Intel Atom x6200FE Intel Atom x6200FE
2C 2T @ 1.00 GHz
6.
Intel Atom C5325 Intel Atom C5325
8C 8T @ 2.40 GHz
6.
Intel Atom C5320 Intel Atom C5320
8C 8T @ 2.40 GHz
6.
Intel Atom C5310 Intel Atom C5310
4C 4T @ 1.60 GHz
6.
Intel Atom C5125 Intel Atom C5125
8C 8T @ 2.80 GHz
6.
Intel Atom C5115 Intel Atom C5115
4C 4T @ 2.80 GHz
6.
Intel Atom Z3580 Intel Atom Z3580
4C 4T @ 2.33 GHz
5.
Intel Atom Z3560 Intel Atom Z3560
4C 4T @ 1.83 GHz
5.
Intel Atom Z3530 Intel Atom Z3530
4C 4T @ 1.33 GHz
5.
Intel Atom x7-Z8750 Intel Atom x7-Z8750
4C 4T @ 1.60 GHz
5.
Intel Atom x7-Z8700 Intel Atom x7-Z8700
4C 4T @ 1.60 GHz
5.
Intel Atom x7-E3950 Intel Atom x7-E3950
4C 4T @ 1.60 GHz
5.
Intel Atom x5-Z8550 Intel Atom x5-Z8550
4C 4T @ 1.44 GHz
5.



Intel Atom generation list

Name Generation Segment Technology Architecture
Intel Atom C5000 6. Desktop / Server 10 nm Parker Ridge
Intel Atom x6000 6. Mobile 10 nm Elkhart Lake
Intel Atom C3000 5. Desktop / Server 14 nm Denverton
Intel Atom x3/x5/x7 5. Mobile 14 nm Cherry Trail
Intel Atom Z3500 5. Mobile 22 nm Moorefield
Intel Atom E3800 4. Mobile 22 nm Bay Trail
Intel Atom Z3700 4. Mobile 22 nm Bay Trail
Intel Atom C2000 3. Desktop / Server 22 nm Avoton
Intel Atom Z3400 3. Mobile 22 nm Merrifield
Intel Atom CE5300 3. Mobile 32 nm Berryville
Intel Atom N2000 3. Desktop / Server 32 nm Cedarview
Intel Atom Z2400/Z2600 3. Mobile 32 nm Penwell
Intel Atom S1000 2. Desktop / Server 32 nm Centerton
Intel Atom Z2500/Z2700 2. Mobile 32 nm Cloverview
Intel Atom N400/N500 2. Desktop / Server 45 nm Pineview
Intel Atom D2000 1. Desktop / Server 32 nm Cedarview
Intel Atom Z500 1. Mobile 45 nm Silverthorne




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