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AMD E1-1200 Vs E-450

The E1-1200 belongs to the updated Zacate series of AMD ( you can call it Zacate 2.0). The E1-1200 is the lower end of the newer series ( E2-1800 is other one). While the E2-1800 replaced and is faster than the E-450, E1-1200, which actually replaced E-300 is slower and somewhat inferior to the E-450 in performance.

Table : Feature Differences

Feature AMD E1-1200 AMD E-450
Core Frequency 1.40 GHz 1.65 GHz
No. Of Cores 2 2
Cache Organization 2 x 512 KB 2 x 512 KB
Turbo Frequency - -
TDP Rating 18 Watts 18 Watts
64 Bit Support Y Y
Lithography 40 nm 40 nm
Integrated Memory Controller DDR3-1333 DDR3-1333
Integrated Graphics YHD 7310 GPU , 500 MHz Yes, HD 6320, base clock 508 MHz, Turbo 600 Mhz

Some more details of AMD E1-1200

The E1-1200 replaced E-300, bumps up its clock by 100 MHz and brings in a better graphics

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.

In the next post, we will compare the benchmark results of these two processors.

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  1. AMD E1-1200
  2. AMD E-1200 Zacate Processor

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