Intel To Launch Quad Core Z37x5 Atom Bay Trail-T SoCs

CPU World reports Intel is preparing to launch at least 9 new Bay Trail-T processors for Android and Windows 8.1 tablets. The new processors will be part of Atom Z37x5 product line, which offers up to 16% better graphics performance. All SoCs are built on Silvermont (22nm) microarchitecture, come with 4 CPU cores, 2 MB L2 cache, and Ivy Bridge-based GPUs.

Intel_Bay_Trail The most powerful will be Z3795 with four CPU cores clocked at 1.6 GHz, with burst speeds reaching up to 2.39 GHz, a GPU clocked between 311 and 778 MHz, and support for up to 4GB RAM. Z3735E is the processor with the weakest specs, and must be the cheapest of the lots. It’s clocked at 1.33 GHz (Turbo: 1.83 GHz) and support a mere 1GB RAM max. CPU World has specs for seven models as shown in the table below.

Model Cores Frequency /Turbo L2 cache Max RAM GPU Frequency Memory
Atom Z3735D 4 1.33 / 1.83 GHz 2 MB 2 GB 313 / 688 MHz DDR3L-RS 1333
Atom Z3735E 4 1.33 / 1.83 GHz 2 MB 1 GB 313 / 688 MHz DDR3L-RS 1333
Atom Z3745 4 1.33 / 1.86 GHz 2 MB 4 GB 311 / 778 MHz LPDDR3-1066
Atom Z3745D 4 1.33 / 1.83 GHz 2 MB 2 GB 313 / 792 MHz DDR3L-RS 1333
Atom Z3775 4 1.46 / 2.39 GHz 2 MB 4 GB 311 / 778 MHz LPDDR3-1066
Atom Z3775D 4 1.5 / 2.41 GHz 2 MB 2 GB 313 / 792 MHz DDR3L-RS 1333
Atom Z3795 4 1.6 / 2.39 GHz 2 MB 4 GB 311 / 778 MHz LPDDR3-1066

The new Intel Bay Trail-T processors are expected to ship later in Q2 2014.

Via Liliputing

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The most important part is missing – the TDP / power consumption. Intel is usually higher than ARM, but by how much? That is important for phones and tablets.

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You might want to add that the memory channels on those chips are designated by the letter (or its lack) after the model number…

no letter = dual 64-bit memory channels (128-bit in total, usually SODIMMs)
D = single 64-bit, or dual 32-bit memory channel(s) (single SODIMM or directly soldered memory chips)
E = single 32-bit memory channel (directly soldered chips (E = Embedded?))

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