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Friday, July 05, 2013
Details On Upcoming Bay Trail-based Atom, Celeron, and Pentium Processors Emerge


Details have leaked out on the specifications of some of Intel's next-generation Atom processors, which will be based on the company's Silvermont architecture.

The information appeared on Baidu and are available below:





Model Family CPU cores CPU clock GPU clock SDP TDP
Atom E3840 Bay Trail-I 4 1.91GHz 792MHz NA 10W
Atom E3823 Bay Trail-I 2 1.75GHz 792MHz NA 8W
Atom E3822 Bay Trail-I 2 1.46GHz 667MHz NA 7W
Atom E3821 Bay Trail-I 2 1.33GHz 533MHz NA 6W
Atom E3810 Bay Trail-I 1 1.46GHz 400MHz NA 5W
Pentium N3510 Bay Trail-M 4 2.00GHz 750MHz 4.5W 7.5W
Celeron N2910 Bay Trail-M 4 1.60GHz 756MHz 4.5W 7.5W
Celeron N2810 Bay Trail-M 2 2.00GHz 756MHz 4.5W 7.5W
Celeron N2805 Bay Trail-M 2 1.46GHz 667MHz <2.5W 4.5W
Pentium J2850 Bay Trail-D 4 2.41GHz 792MHz NA 10W
Celeron J1850 Bay Trail-D 4 2.00GHz 792MHz NA 10W
Celeron J1750 Bay Trail-D 2 2.41GHz 792MHz NA 10W


Intel's next-generation 22nm Atom SoCs codenamed "Bay Trail" will span Atom, Celeron, and Pentium families. If the document is to be believed, the Bay Trail-M and -D families will come under the Celeron and Pentium brand, while Bay Trail-I chips will include the new Atom line.

As you see above and if this information is accurate, Bay Trail-D's CPU frequency will scale as high as 2.4GHz and will have 10W TDPs.

The table includes SPD ratings for the Bay Trail-M processors. Known as Scenario Design Power, SDP refers to power draw under sustained loads.

The Bay Trail-I will power a broad range of Atom processors from the single-core E3810 to the quad-core E3840. The lineup will cover TDP ratings from 5-10W.

The Atom E3840 quad-core Atom SoC will be the most powerful Atom processor to date, and will also include new improved integrated security offerings.


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