AMD E2-1800 advantages
- More CPU cores on the E2-1800 help to process multiple simultaneous threads or programs.
- Operating frequency of this processor is higher than the frequency of the Intel N270.
- The AMD E2-1800 incorporates AMD64 technology, that allows it to run 64-bit operating systems. 64-bit OSes can access more than 4 GB of RAM. Additionally, they are also slightly faster.
- The microprocessor provides hardware acceleration of virtualized applications.
- In addition to 2 CPU cores, the processor integrates Radeon HD 7340 graphics. While this GPU is not fast enough to play latest games with all settings on, it can be used for casual gaming and 3D apps.
Intel Atom N270 advantages
- The microprocessor is 86% more energy efficient than the AMD E2-1800 processor.
E2-1800 vs N270 specifications comparison
The graphs below compare the most important features of the Atom N270 and E2-1800 processors. These characteristics, along with an IPC (instructions per cycle) number, determine how well a processor performs. The "Number of cores / threads" graph shows the number of cores (darker area). Lighter area on the graph corresponds to the number of extra threads, provided by Hyper-Threading technology.
The number of cores / threads
Higher is better
Higher is better
Thermal Design Power
Lower is better
- AMD E2-1800 - Intel Atom N270
Detailed side by side comparison of AMD E2-1800 vs Intel N270 specs can be found in the "Specifications" tab.
Pros and Cons summary
|E2-1800|| ||Atom N270|
More cores improve multi-threading performance,
Base frequency is higher,
64-bit OS support,
Has on-chip Radeon HD 7340 graphics
Considerably lower power consumption
Requires much more power
Smaller number of CPU cores,
Base frequency is lower,
Does not have integrated GPU
Similar microprocessors use the same socket and architecture as E2-1800 and Atom N270, but their performance and other characteristics are a bit different.
Please visit AMD E2-1800 and Intel Atom N270 pages for more complete specifications of both microprocessors.
| ||AMD E2-1800||Intel Atom N270|
|CPU part number||EM1800GBB22GV|
|Introduction date||June 5, 2012||June 3, 2008|
|Platform name||Brazos 2.0||Netbook '08|
|Data width (bits)||64||32|
|Bus speed (MHz)|| ||533|
|L1 cache||64 KB (code) / 64 KB (data)||32 KB (code) / 24 KB (data)|
|L2 cache (KB)||1024||512|
|Max temperature (°C)||100||90|
|Max power dissipation (Watt)|| ||5.1|
|Core voltage (V)||0.875 - 1.35||1.1|
|Instruction set extensions|
|AMD64 / EM64T 64-bit technology||+||-|
|SSSE3 / Supplemental SSE3||+|
|PowerNow! / Enhanced SpeedStep||+|
|Virus Protection / Execute Disable bit||+|
|GPU Type||Radeon HD 7340||None|
|Integrated Memory Controller(s)|
|The number of controllers||1||0|
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