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Intel Atom vs ARM Cortex-A9 video comparison

Posted on Saturday, January 09 2010 @ 17:05:12 CET by


EE Times found a comparison of web browsing on the ARM Cortex-A9 and intel Atom:
ARM set up both systems to run the same operating system, the same browser and put them on the same high-speed corporate network and checked for responsiveness to the end-user.

The Intel-based netbook seemed to beat the development board to display different websites most times, but not by very much. When it is considered that the netbook has a graphics processing unit and the development board does not, that is surprising result. Even more notable is that the Intel-based netbook is running at 1.6-GHz clock frequency the dual-core Cortex-A9 development is running at 500-MHz.




 



 

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