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Intel® EP80579 Integrated Processor

Formerly Tolapai

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Overview

This system-on-a-chip (SoC) processor delivers a combination of performance, power efficiency, footprint savings, and cost-effectiveness compared to discrete, multi-chip solutions.

  • Intel® QuickAssist Technology: Integrated accelerator support with software packages from Intel
  • Power-optimized circuitry: Supports multi-frequency/voltage operating points and suspend to RAM (S3) sleep state
  • Enhanced digital media adapter engine: Supports multiple peer-to-peer configurations and low latency transfers
  • Fully compatible: With existing Intel® architecture-based software for easy migration of existing x86 applications

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Specifications

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Processor Number Ordering Code Cache, Clock Speed Power Memory Product Technologies
Intel® EP80579 Integrated Processor, 600 MHz NU80579EZ600C 256 KB, 600 MHz 11 W DDR2-400 / DDR2-533 / DDR2-667 / DDR2-800 Error correcting code (ECC), Execute Disable Bit
Intel® EP80579 Integrated Processor, 600 MHz (industrial temp -40 to 85 C) NU80579EZ600CT 256 KB, 600 MHz 11 W DDR2-400 / DDR2-533 / DDR2-667 / DDR2-800 ECC, Execute Disable Bit
Intel® EP80579 Integrated Processor, 1200 MHz NU80579EZ009C 256 KB, 1.20 GHz 19 W DDR2-400 / DDR2-533 / DDR2-667 / DDR2-800 ECC, Execute Disable Bit
Intel® EP80579 Integrated Processor, 1066 MHz NU80579EZ004C 256 KB, 1.00 GHz 18 W DDR2-400 / DDR2-533 / DDR2-667 / DDR2-800 ECC, Execute Disable Bit
Intel® EP80579 Integrated Processor with Intel® QuickAssist Technology, 600 MHz NU80579EB600C 256 KB, 600 MHz 13 W DDR2-400 / DDR2-533 / DDR2-667 / DDR2-800 ECC, Intel® Quiet System Technology (Intel® QST), Execute Disable Bit
Intel® EP80579 Integrated Processor with Intel® QuickAssist Technology, 1200 MHz NU80579ED009C 256 KB, 1.20 GHz 21 W DDR2-400 / DDR2-533 / DDR2-667 / DDR2-800 ECC, Intel QST, Execute Disable Bit
Intel® EP80579 Integrated Processor with Intel® QuickAssist Technology, 1066 MHz NU80579ED004C 256 KB, 1.00 GHz 20 W DDR2-400 / DDR2-533 / DDR2-667 / DDR2-800 ECC, Intel QST, Execute Disable Bit
Intel® EP80579 Integrated Processor with Intel® QuickAssist Technology, 1066 MHz (industrial temp -40 to 85 C) NU80579ED004CT 256 KB, 1.00 GHz 20 W DDR2-400 / DDR2-533 / DDR2-667 / DDR2-800 ECC, Intel QST, Execute Disable Bit

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