Intel Atom D2550 - DF8064101211300
Intel Atom D2550 specifications
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Q: Is it possible to upgrade my Atom D2550 microprocessor?
A: No. BGA CPUs, like this one, are soldered on a board, as a result, upgrading or replacing them is very very difficult.
Intel D2550 Overclocking
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Intel quietly launched Atom D2560 processor
Oct 24, 2012: Intel desktop Cedar Trail platform was released one year ago, and initially consisted of Atom D2500 and D2700 SKUs, shortly followed by D2550 model. The fastest processor in the lineup was D2700, therefore it seemed odd that Intel decided to retire it in May, i.e. 8 months after the launch. The reason given by the company was usual "Market demand shifted ... to other Intel products". Today Intel quietly introduced D2560 SKU.
Intel cuts prices of low power desktop CPUs
Mar 06, 2012: Intel published today new version of official pricelist. According to it, the company reduced prices for low-power desktop Celeron, Pentium and Core i3 processors. Intel also added pricing for just released Xeon E5-1600 and E5-2600 series CPUs (they will be covered in a separate article), and Atom D2550.
Intel quietly launches Atom D2550 CPU
Mar 03, 2012: Two weeks ago we reported about new Atom D2550 "Cedar Trail" microprocessor, coming in the first half of March. Days after our report, VR-Zone provided more accurate February 26 introduction date for the upcoming CPU. Yesterday Intel added D2550 to ARK product database, indicating that the processor is now launched. It's impossible to tell exact launch date of this SKU, and it's likely that it was released earlier in the week, perhaps on February 26.
Atom D2550 to launch in March
Feb 21, 2012: Intel Cedar Trail platform for netbooks, nettops and mobile devices was introduced last fall, and at the launch time it consisted of two desktop D2500 and D2700 "Cedar View" microprocessors. In December Intel released mobile N2600 and N2800 models, also based on Cedar View core. At about the same time, Cedar Trail datasheet on Intel website was updated with details of three unreleased CPUs. We recently learned from our sources that one of these upcoming microprocessors, Atom D2550, will be launched in March.
Intel publishes specs of Atom D2550, N2650 and N2850 CPUs
Jan 05, 2012: After delays, at the last week of December Intel launched N2600 and N2800 "Cedar Trail" Atom microprocessors for netbooks and mobile devices. At launch time, the company published revised version of Atom D2000/N2000 series datasheet, available here (PDF file). The datasheet included specifications of two just released N2600 and N2800 models, two previously released D2500 and D2700 CPUs, and also information on three unreleased Atoms with processor numbers D2550, N2650, and N2850. All three chips were spotted in November in a list of CPUs, licensed for Windows 7 starter operating system.
Intel Atom D2550 planned for Q1 2012
Nov 30, 2011: In September Intel introduced Cedar Trail platform, along with Atom D2500 and D2700 "CedarView-D" microprocessors for nettops and ultra-low power desktops. Compared to previous Atoms, new processors were manufactured on more modern 32nm process, which allowed higher frequencies and lower power consumption. Also, the CPUs featured improved graphics, that was supposed to be DX10.1 compatible, although this never realized. According to recently leaked Intel roadmap, the company plans another Atom processor, dubbed as D2550.
New AMD and Intel budget processors rumored
Nov 17, 2011: Currently, there are several different versions of Microsoft Windows 7 operating system, and the least expensive from them is Windows 7 Starter. This version comes pre-installed on netbooks, and it lacks many features, such as 64-bit support, desktop Window Manager, Windows Aero, and others. Not only that, this version of Window 7 can be only distributed on systems with budget, and budget-to-middle class x86 processors.
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