Intel Atom Z500

Released April, 2008

Product Shot 1The Intel Atom Z500 is a 45nm single core processor primarily designed for use in netbooks, nettops, and mobile internet devices. The processor is the successor to the Intel A110 and they share several specifications and perform at roughly an equal level of speed and output.

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The difference between the two processors is found in their power usage: the Intel A110 has a TDP of 3 watts, whereas the Intel Atom Z500 has a TDP 0.65 watts for a much more energy efficient processor. The energy efficiency translate to less heat generated by the processor and a significantly improved lifespan out of a battery charge. The processor is part of Intel's Z-Series and, as a 32-bit processor, is compatible with only the 32-bit versions of operating systems.

Specifications and Features

  • Single Core; Two Threads
  • Clock Speed: 800 Mhz
  • L2 Cache: 512KB
  • FSB speed: 400 Mhz
  • 32-bit supported
  • Intel Hyper-threading technology
  • Execute Disable Bit virus protection
  • Socket: PBGA441
  • 45 nm processor
  • Max TDP: 0.65 W

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