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Details of Intel Bay Trail linup leaked

Details of Intel Bay Trail linup leaked
Details of Intel Bay Trail linup leaked
The new processors will offer significant upgrades in processing power while keeping the power usage below 10 W

Much has been said about Intel's new processors over the past months. Haswell chips have been cropping up in a fair number of new products (desktops and laptops) and have been very well received (more for their battery saving properties than processing power). Unfortunately we still have to wait a few months for Intel's Bay Trail line which are expected to hit the market in Q4 of this year.

Bay Trail processors are Intel's next-generation of low-power chips intended for tablets, convertibles, and desktop computers. The new designation will incorporate the replacements for Atom, Celeron, and Pentium chips, all of which will be based on Silvermont architecture. Intel has promised that the least of these new processors will offer twice the processing power of current Atom chips while still maintaining the extremely low power requirements and heat emissions.

The new line has been broken down into three categories based on their intended use: I, M, and D. The I line is intended for tablets and notebooks, The M for notebooks and convertibles, and the D for desktops.

Model

Platform

Cores

CPU clock

GPU clock

SDP / TDP

Price

Atom E3810

Bay Trail-I

1

1.46 GHz

max. 400 MHz

- / 5 W

na

Atom E3821

Bay Trail-I

2

1.33 GHz

max. 533 MHz

- / 6 W

na

Atom E3822

Bay Trail-I

2

1.46 GHz

max. 667 MHz

- / 7 W

na

Atom E3823

Bay Trail-I

2

1.75 GHz

max. 792 MHz

- / 8 W

na

Atom E3840

Bay Trail-I

4

1.91 GHz

max. 792 MHz

- / 10 W

na

Celeron N2805

Bay Trail-M

2

1.46 GHz

max. 667 MHz

<2.5 / 4.5 W

$ 132

Celeron N2810

Bay Trail-M

2

2.00 GHz

max. 756 MHz

4.5 / 7.5 W

$ 132

Celeron N2910

Bay Trail-M

4

1.60 GHz

max. 756 MHz

4.5 / 7.5 W

$ 132

Pentium N3510

Bay Trail-M

4

2.00 GHz

max. 750 MHz

4.5 / 7.5 W

na

Celeron J1750

Bay Trail-D

2

2.41 GHz

max. 792 MHz

- / 10 W

na

Celeron J1850

Bay Trail-D

4

2.00 GHz

max. 792 MHz

- / 10 W

na

Pentium J2850

Bay Trail-D

4

2.41 GHz

max. 792 MHz

- / 10 W

na


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#3 Re: Details of Intel Bay Trail linup leakedzeo, 10:08 07.07
One mistake, the Bay Trail I is not intended for Tablets... That's for the Bay Trail T series, which will go under the "Z" model numbering like the previous Clover Trail!Intel already revealed at least one model number for Bay Trail T, the Z3770 that they used to base their promotional slides for Bay Trail on!While Bay Trail I is for Intel's embedded processor line, and the "I" stands for Industrial!...
#2 Re: Details of Intel Bay Trail linup leakedgomes, 20:42 06.07
Baitrail-T is for tablets , not Baitrail-I . It makes no sense thaw Baytrai-I would be for tabltes when it has higher TDP than Baitrail-M...
#1 Re: Details of Intel Bay Trail linup leakeddarkich, 13:19 06.07
"Doubling" the performance doesn't seem to be enough to beat ARM based competition. So far the tech public has been mislead by comparatively high Antutu benchmarks(has vulnerabilities in the memory test which is prone to faking) and javascript browser benchmark comparisons between platforms.However, with Intel on android we can finally get a real comparison picture, and Clover Trail doesn't hold a candle to ARM.The last proof to this is the Samsung Tab 3.0 10.1....
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Author: Craig Munro, 2013-07- 4 (Update: 2013-07- 4)