AMD E-350

Oliver Fromme olli at
Mon Mar 14 20:30:24 UTC 2011

John Hein wrote:
 > Some of this definitely pushing the envelope right now, so atom is
 > likely more right for you.  But using arm for this space (and low
 > single digit W instead of 10-ish) seems not that far away.

Well, the Atom N330 has a TDP of only 8 W, which isn't
that bad for a 1.6 GHz 64bit 4-way processor (2 cores +

Of course, ARM processors may certainly have even better
performance/watt ratio.  But I think I stay with i386-
compatible hardware for my particular case.

Best regards

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