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Quark X1000 - Intel
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Quark SoC X1000
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Developer Intel

Introduction date October, 2013

Model X1000

Cores 1

Threads 1

Clock 400 MHz

Bus Width 32-bit

Lithography 32nm

Max TDP 2.2 W

Memory Specs
Max Memory 2GB

Type DDR3-800

Channel Count 1

Max Bandwidth 1.6 GB/s

Addressable 32-bit

ECC Support Yes

eSRAM 512 Kbyte
I/O Specs
USB v2.0

General Purpose IO 16 pins

Package 393-ball FCBGA

Pitch 0.593mm ball pitch

Dimension 15mm2

The Intel Quark SoC X1000 is the first processor in the Quark processor family developed by Intel. It is a single-core, single-thread, 32-bit, Pentium instruction set architecture-compatible CPU. The processor was first announced on October, 2013. The processor has a 400 MHz maximum operating frequency with power options to run at half or at quarter of the maximum frequency. The chip has a 32-bit address and data buses with a 16KB L1 cache and a 512KB L2 cache. The chip comes with support for several interfaces including SD, USB 2.0, 10/100Mb Ethernet, PCI Express, JTAG port, UART, and RS-232[1].

Intel signed a collaboration agreement with Arduino LLC on December 10, 2013. The Quark SoC X1000 will be featured on the Intel Galileo board.

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