You want atom supers?
You have no taste. Try loongsong now. Or back when it came out, it would've been amazingly cool to do this with pmc sierra's rm9000. Or the nec VR5000 series. Looking forward, a multi-core low-power >1GHz ARM.
Let's face it: x86 is so last century. atom is wholly uninspired. Transmeta brought some truly interesting tech to the table. Intel did its level best to kill it. Then it gave us itanic. Which, by the way, cost us two better performing architectures. Oh, and atom. Mostly to kill off other initiatives. Using intel while crying "innovation" is a bit like micros~1 crowing "invention" with the "micros~1[tm][r][c] surface[tm][r][c]" when a couple german blokes had already done the same thing in a cellar under Berlin.
Yes, everybody does it, everbody expects micros~1 to pull the same "look what we have, it's <something someone else already did better>!" trick over and over again. That's what they call "research". It just isn't very exciting unless you really are that stupid, shortsighted, uninformed, that much of a poser, all of the above.
If this is the best we do, we are getting what we deserve. Babbage would not able rightly to apprehend the kind of confusion of ideas that provoked this state of affairs.