After Wednesday’s news that Intel would be launching their new netbook Atom processor, the N450, come October 2009, we’ve now got word that the company’s replacement to their nettop Atom CPUs will also get their launch that same month. The Intel Atom D410 and D510 will replace the existing Atom 230 and 330 processors.
The Atom D410 will be a single-core processor, running at 1.66Ghz with 512KB L2 cache and capable of dual-threads. Meanwhile the Atom D510 will be a dual-core 1.66GHz chip, with 1MB of L2 cache and quad-thread capabilities.
Intel will apparently phase out the Atom 230 and 330 processors in Q1 2010, and according to the rumors the new D510 will be the first replacement to market in Q4 this year. The D410 will follow in Q1 next year.