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VIA Nano U2250 (1.6GHz Capable) vs AMD E-240

The values for the CPUs below are determined from thousands of PerformanceTest benchmark results and are updated daily.

  • The first section will show basic information for each CPU selected.
  • The additional graphs shows the CPU Mark and Single Thread values of each CPU selected.
  • An accompany graph, if price data is available, will shows the value for money, in terms of the CPU Mark/Thread Rating per dollar.
  • The last section will show approximate yearly running costs for the CPUs.
×VIA Nano U2250 (1.6GHz Capable)×AMD E-240+ ADD
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Socket TypeBGA400FT1
CPU ClassLaptopLaptop
Clockspeed1.3 GHz1.5 GHz
Turbo SpeedUp to 1.6 GHzNot Supported
# of Physical Cores1 (Threads: 1)1 (Threads: 1)
CacheL1: 128KB, L2: 1.0MB, L1: 64KB, L2: 0.5MB,
Yearly Running Cost$1.46$3.29
First Seen on ChartQ1 2011Q1 2011
# of Samples375
CPU Value0.00.0
Single Thread Rating(% diff. to max in group)2563(-36.4%)4033(0.0%)
CPU Mark(% diff. to max in group)187(-4.3%)195(0.0%)
3 - Single thread rating may be higher than the overall rating, thread performance is just one component of the CPU Mark.

CPU Mark Rating
As of 21st of July 2024 - Higher results represent better performance
VIA Nano U2250 (1.6GHz Capable)
AMD E-240
CPU Single Thread Rating
As of 21st of July 2024 - Higher results represent better performance
VIA Nano U2250 (1.6GHz Capable)
AMD E-240

Estimated Energy Usage Cost
Estimated Energy Adjustable Values
Average hours of use per dayAverage CPU Utilization (0-100%)1Power cost, $ per kWh2
1Average user usage is typically low and can vary from task to task. An estimate load 25% is nominal.
2Typical power costs vary around the world. Check your last power bill for details. Values of $0.15 to $0.45 per kWh are typical.
VIA Nano U2250 (1.6GHz Capable)AMD E-240
Max TDP8W18W
Power consumption per day (kWh)NANA
Running cost per dayNANA
Power consumption per year (kWh)NANA
Running cost per yearNANA
Shown CPU power usage is based on linear interpolation of Max TDP (i.e. max load). Actual CPU power profile may vary.