Intel Atom D425 / D525 DDR3 processors to land in June

April 7, 2010 at 11:06 am

Intel AtomIntel is planning to launch a DDR3 refresh of its Pineview-D processor line in mid-June according to Fudzilla. The Atom D425 (single-core) and Atom D525 (dual-core) are an update on the current D410/D510 processors found mostly in nettops.

The Atom D425 is believed to run at the same clock speed as the D410 (1.66GHz), but the dual-core D525 will get a speed boost to 1.8GHz, an improvement over the 1.66GHz clock speed in the D510 Atom. This new processor part has a TDP of 13W, same as the old one.

Update: We managed to get hold of a chart that shows both processors. It’s a few weeks old so some of the data may be out of date. For example, you may notice that the clock speed of the D525 is listed at 1.66GHz instead of 1.8GHz. See it after the break.

Update 2: Fudzilla is saying the single-core D425 will run at 1.8GHz too.

Intel processor chart


139 Responses to “Intel Atom D425 / D525 DDR3 processors to land in June”

  1. Bob said:
    April 8th, 2010 5:23 AM

    Engadget mentions NbC on this one but I think the latter could most likely be 1.83Ghz cuz it makes no sense to have two variants with 1.66Ghz.


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