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AMD E-450 Vs Intel Atom D525

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 : AMD E-450 Vs Atom D525 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


Table : AMD E-450 Vs Atom D525 Benchmarking Comparison

Benchmarks AMD E-450 Atom D525
PassMark Score 781 711
Super Pi 2M (Lower in better)
Not available 188 Seconds
3D Mark 06 CPU
1004 891
Windows 7 Experience Score
3.9 3.5

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.


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