Intel Atom D510

$63.00 Released December, 2009

Product Shot 1The Intel Atom D510 is a 45nm processor for embedded desktop motherboards, most often found in nettops. Released on December 21st 2009, this is the successor to the Atom 330 processor. The dual core Atom D510 features a faster 1.66GHz clock speed, 1MB of L2 cache and a FSB speed of 665MHz.

Product Shot 2 This energy efficient processor is rated at 13 watts TDP, meaning very little electricity is required for this chip to function. Most nettops with this processor will use around 40 watts of total power, an amount considerably less than a full-sized desktop computer. Supported processor features include MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, Intel 64, XD bit and Hyper-Threading. Users have the option of running a 64-bit operating system on this chip as well, such as Windows 7 x64.


  • Core: Pineview
  • Clock: 1.667GHz
  • Dual core
  • Process: 45nm
  • Socket: 437
  • L1 Cache: 32 kB
  • L2 Cache: 1MB
  • FSB: 665MHz
  • 64-bit supported
  • Multimedia: MMX SSE SSE2 SSE3 SSSE3
  • Hyper-threading technology
  • Virus protection: XD Bit

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