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IPP for Atom and windows XP

colliere-patrice
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Hello, I can see on your download zone an IPP library version for Atom processor and linux.

I can't see the corrsponding version for Atom and Windows XP. Could you confirm us that the IA32 version for windows is the right library for an Atom processor under windows XP ?

Thanks a lot for your help!

Regards, Patrice.

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Ying_S_Intel
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Yes, itis includedin both IPP for Windows and Linux, check this article "Intel Atom Processors support in Intel IPP" for more reference.

Thanks,
Ying

colliere-patrice
Beginner
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Thanks Ying for your answer. I want to use an Atom N270 processor. I suppose that this component
is full compatible with Intel IPP and Open Computer Vision library ?

Regards, Patrice.
renegr
New Contributor I
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What do you mean with "full compatible"? Of course OpenCV and IPP will work on Atom. But you should not assume that really every algorithm is optimized on the architecture of the Atom to get the last quantum performance out of it.
PaulF_IntelCorp
Employee
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Hello Patrice,

Your Atom N270 processor is compatible with the 6.1.x version of the IPP library.

Paul
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