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General information
TypeCPU / Microprocessor
Market segmentMobile
FamilyIntel Atom N2000 series
Model number  ? N2800
CPU part numberDF8064101050503 is an OEM/tray microprocessor
Frequency  ? 1867 MHz
Bus speed  ? 2.5 GT/s DMI
Package559-ball micro FC-BGA (FCBGA11)
SocketBGA559
Size0.87" x 0.87" / 2.2cm x 2.2cm
Introduction dateDecember 28, 2011
End-of-Life dateLast order date for consumer processors is May 23, 2014
Last shipment date for consumer tray processors is November 7, 2014
Price at introduction$47
 
S-spec numbers
  ES/QS processors Production processors
Part number QAYE QB0Y QCYB SR0DA SR0W1
DF8064101050503+++++
 
Architecture / Microarchitecture
MicroarchitectureSaltwell
PlatformCedar Trail
Processor core  ? Cedarview-M
Core steppings  ? B1 (QAYE)
B2 (QB0Y, SR0DA)
B3 (QCYB, SR0W1)
CPUID30661 (QAYE, QB0Y, QCYB, SR0DA, SR0W1)
Manufacturing process0.032 micron
Data width64 bit
The number of cores2
The number of threads4
Floating Point UnitIntegrated
Level 1 cache size  ? 2 x 32 KB 4-way associative instruction caches
2 x 24 KB 6-way associative data caches
Level 2 cache size  ? 2 x 512 KB 8-way associative caches
Physical memory4 GB
MultiprocessingNot supported
Features
  • MMX instructions
  • SSE / Streaming SIMD Extensions
  • SSE2 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 2
  • SSE3 / Streaming SIMD Extensions 3
  • SSSE3 / Supplemental Streaming SIMD Extensions 3
  • EM64T / Extended Memory 64 technology / Intel 64  ? 
  • NX / XD / Execute disable bit  ? 
  • HT / Hyper-Threading technology  ? 
Low power features
  • C1/C1E, C2, C4 and C6 core states
  • C1/C1E, C2/C2E, C3, C4/C4E and C6 package states
  • Enhanced SpeedStep technology  ? 
 
Integrated peripherals / components
Integrated graphics
  • GPU Type: GMA 3650
    Base frequency (MHz): 640
    Based on: PowerVR SGX 545
Memory controller
  • The number of controllers: 1
    Memory channels: 1
    Supported memory: DDR3-1066
Other peripheralsDirect Media Interface
 
Electrical / Thermal parameters
V core  ? 0.91V - 1.21V
Maximum operating temperature  ? 100°C
Thermal Design Power  ? 6.5 Watt
 
Notes on Intel DF8064101050503
  • Also ships as an embedded microprocessor
  • The processor operates at 0.75V - 0.9V in the Lowest Frequency mode

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FAQ

Q: Is it possible to upgrade my Intel Atom N2800 CPU?
A: No. Microprocessors like this one are soldered on a board, as a result, upgrading or replacing them is very very difficult.

Atom N2800 Overclocking

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Related news stories

Intel Itanium 9300 and "Cedar View" Atom CPUs discontinued
Nov 06, 2013: Yesterday Intel published several Product Change Notifications, advising their customers about forthcoming discontinuation of a number of Atom and Itanium microprocessors. Retired Atom models are D2500, D2550, D2560, N2600 and N2800. These dual-core processors were introduced in a time frame from September 2011 to November 2012, and all of them are based on one generation old "Cedar View" core. End-of-lifed Itanium models are 9310, 9320, 9330, 9340 and 9350.



Intel Atom N2600 and N2800 will be available in December
Dec 01, 2011: Intel's latest Atom platform, codenamed Cedar Trail, was scheduled for release in September. The platform consisted of 4 SKUs, D2500 and N2700 for ultra-low power desktops, and N2600 and N2800 for netbooks and mobile devices. Although desktop "CedarView-D" Atoms from this platform were launched as planned, mobile "CedarView-M" CPUs has been delayed twice, for a second time until December. The reason of delay was attributed to graphics driver certification problems. According to recent DigiTimes report, the CedarView-M processors will be launched in December after all.



Atom N2600 and N2800 CPUs delayed; Atom N2100 spotted
Nov 26, 2011: Last week we discovered a number of new model numbers of what seemed like upcoming AMD and Intel microprocessors in OEM hardware specifications for "Windows Get Genuine for Academic" program. The list of model numbers included not yet released Atom N2600 and N2800 processors, and previously unheard of Atom N2100. The latter model was recently spotted in Samsung N102S notebook.



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.



No DX10 support for Cedar Trail processors
Sep 29, 2011: Earlier this week Intel quietly launched two Cedar Trail processors with CedarView-D core for ULV desktops and nettops. Atom D2500 and D2700, both dual-core models, emerged in official price list, and they were added to ARK Intel product database. Intel also released datasheet and S-spec update for these Atoms. In addition to D2500 and D2700, the datasheet and S-spec update documents reference two "CedarView-M" N2600 and N2800 CPUs for mobile market.



First benchmarks of Atom CedarView-M CPUs
Aug 29, 2011: This fall Intel planned to launch several Atom microprocessors from Cedar Trail platform. New features of this platform are 32nm manufacturing technology, and beefed up on-chip graphics unit. VR-Zone published today one slide with benchmarks of Cedar Trail processors, that gives a rough performance estimate of the new platform.



Prices and launch date of 32nm Atom CPUs
May 24, 2011: Today Fudzilla published prices and approximate launch date of first 32nm Atom processors. As you may know, these Atom CPUs are part of Intel Cedar Trail platform, which includes "Cedarview-D" chips, aimed at nettops and ultra-low power desktops, and "Cedarview-M" microprocessors for netbooks and other mobile devices.



Intel 32nm Cedar Trail Atom CPUs to launch in Q4 2011
May 04, 2011: It's been three years since the launch of first Atom processors built on 45nm Bonnell microarchitecture. Over time, the Atoms added more features, such as two CPU cores, on-chip graphics, Intel 64 and Virtualization, and others, but the latest Atom chips still use the same 0.045 micron process. Last year it was rumored that the first 32nm Atom chips from Cedar Trail platform will launch in the second half 2011. Last Friday, Anandtech confirmed 4th quarter launch date for the platform, and disclosed details on two processors, D2500 and D2700. Fudzilla revealed today two other CPUs from the Cedar Trail platform - N2600 and N2800.



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