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AMD E-450 Vs Intel Atom D525

The pure processor performance of the AMD E-450 is comparable to the Atom D525 even with a lower clock frequency ( The E-450 seems to have an edge thanks to its out of order processing). The more significant gain of the AMD’s E-450 over the Atom D525 is in the area of the integrated graphics.

Table : Feature Differences

Feature AMD E-450 Atom D525
Core Frequency
1.65 GHz 1.80 GHz
No. Of Cores
2 2 ( 4 Hyperthreads)
Cache Organization
2 x 512 KB 1 MB L2
Turbo Frequency - No Turbo
TDP Rating
18 Watts 13 Watts
64 Bit Support
40 nm 45 nm
Integrated Memory Controller
DDR3-1333 DD3-800
Integrated Graphics
Yes, HD 6320, base clock 508 MHz, Turbo 600 Mhz Yes Integrated Graphics GMA 3150


Some more details of AMD E-450

The E-450 promises to enhance the performance of the earlier E-350 fusion processor mainly with support for turbo core. It increases the nominal core frequency to 1.65 GHz ( up from 1.60 GHz in E-350). The GPU uses newer core and supports turbo. Called APU ( Accelerated Processing Unit) by AMD, the E-450 will feature in low cost net book and small notebooks. It promises a decent multimedia performance.

Some more details of Atom D525

The Atom D525 is intended for netbooks and small notebooks and promises a decent battery life with its low power consumption ( has TDP rating of 18 Watts). The chip integrates a DDR3-800 memory controller and the GMA3150 graphics. You should notice some decent improvement of the D510 as the clock frequency bumps to 1.8 GHz with Hyperthreading enabled.

In the next post we have compared the benchmark results of these two processors

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