CPU shoot-out: Intel Atom D2700 vs. AMD E-450

Intel's new 32nm Cedar Trail Atom versus AMD’s E-series


Benchmarks (integrated GPU): 3DMark

On the preceding pages we focused purely on the performance of the CPU part of the processors. We are just as interested in the performance of the integrated GPU of the different processors. We used 3DMark06 and 3DMark Vantage, but the latter did not work with the Intel D2700 because it is limited to DirectX 9.

It's clear that AMD is superior to Intel in this regard. The 3DMark06 score of the E-450 is almost five times higher than that of the D2700, and is almost comparable to a Celeron from the Sandy Bridge generation. Still, in the big picture 2,000 points are not very much. The 500-point score of the D2700 can be seen as no 3D performance at all.


two products discussed in this review

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AMD E-450

Socket FT1, 1.65 GHz, 2 cores, 18 W, 40 nm, Integrated graphics

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Intel Atom D2700

2.13 GHz, 2 cores, 10 W, 32 nm, Integrated graphics

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