A few days ago, Intel quietly updated four new processors belonging to the Atom family C3000 product line, and used the “R” and “L” suffixes for the first time.
C3426L quad-core and four-thread, base frequency 1.3GHz, support DDR4-1866 memory, support up to 4 2500M Ethernet ports, thermal design power consumption of 10.75W, suggested retail price of $64.
C3558R quad-core and four-thread, base frequency 2.4GHz, supports DDR4-2400 memory, supports up to 2 10G Ethernet ports, 2 2500 Mbps Ethernet ports, thermal design power consumption of 17 watts, and a suggested retail price of $96.
C3758R has eight cores and eight threads, the base frequency is 2.4GHz, it supports up to 4 10G Ethernet ports, and the thermal design power consumption is 26 watts. The suggested retail price is $209.
Specifically, C3338R dual-core dual-thread, base frequency 1.8GHz, acceleration frequency 2.2GHz, supports DDR4-1866 memory, supports up to 4 2500M Ethernet ports, thermal design power consumption of 10.5W, suggested retail price of 37 US dollars (about 263 Yuan).
In general, although Atom is an entry-level x86 processor, it is quite popular in network devices such as NAS and soft routers, which can be seen from the support of network ports.