The Intel Atom Z2760 is a chip based on Clovertrail platform. It is clocked at 1.8GHz and supports hyper threading, which allows it to execute upto 4 threads simultaneously with its two cores. The performance of the processor is slightly better than the Atom N2600 released last year. Here are the benchmark results of the Intel Z2760.
As you can see, Z2760 got 679 in the Passmark test, which is at par with the N2600 that got 603 in the same benchmark. The Atom N2800 got 723. To give you a more clear idea of how powerful this CPU is, the Atom N270 (first true netbook processor that was used in Asus Eee 1000H) got 303. So, you should expect twice the performance with the Atom Z2760. Update – We now have PCMark 7 and 3DMark 06 benchmark scores as well:
PCMark 7 – 1414
3DMark 06 – 457 (thanks to cpu distro for these scores)
Filed Under: CPU Benchmark