Intel Atom Z530 vs Intel Atom Z510
Intel Atom Z530► remove from comparison
The Intel Atom Z530 is a power saving netbook / MID single-core processor. Compared to the Atom N270, the Z530 supports Virtualization in hardware and got the Idle States and Demand Based Switching functions.
The Atom core was designed for a low power consumption and cheap production. The downside is the relative low performance per Watt (due to the in-order execution) compared to similar clocked Celeron processors, e.g.. Still the integrated Hyper-Threading (the operating system sees the CPU as a dual core CPU) decreases the penalty of the in-order execution a bit.
The performance of the Z530 is only compareable to a 1.2 GHz clocked Celeron M and therfore only sufficient for non demanding applications like Office or web surfing. HD videos, advanced photo editing, video cutting may not run fluently.
Intel Atom Z510► remove from comparison
The Intel Atom Z510 is a single core CPU for small MIDs, netbooks, internet devices. The performance is very low and therefore only some applications with low CPU demand may run fluently (e.g., email, simple word processing). The Z510 does not support HyperThreading and 64 Bit instructions.
|Model||Intel Atom Z530||Intel Atom Z510|
|Series||Intel Atom||Intel Atom|
|Series: Atom Silverthorne|
|Clock||1600 MHz||1100 MHz|
|L2 Cache||512 KB||512 KB|
|Cores / Threads||1 / 2||1 / 1|
|TDP||2 Watt||2 Watt|
|Transistors||47 Million||47 Million|
|45 nm, 0.75-1.1V||45 nm, 0.75-1.1|
|Die Size||26 mm2||26 mm2|
|max. Temp.||90 °C||90 °C|
|Features||MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, Hyperthreading, Virtualization Technology (VT-x), Idle States, Enhanced Speedstep, Demand Based Switching, Ex Bit||MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, HHT|
|Manufacturer||Intel Atom Z530||Intel Atom Z510|