July 14, 2014
The new Bay Trail processors come in two main bets, low-cost tablets with small screens (between 7 and 8 inches) and another focused on high-end tablets with much larger screens, approximately 10 inches and up.
- Intel Atom Z3736F: It is a 1.33 GHz quad-core processor with a 2.16 GHz boost frequency. The graphics performance is 313 MHz and it has a boost frequency that makes it go up to 646 MHz. It could be considered as an evolution of the Atom Z3735F.
- Intel Atom Z3736G – A processor identical to Model F, with four 1.33 GHz cores, a boost frequency of up to 2.16 GHz, a 2 MB cache, and 313 MHz graphics performance with a boost of up to 646 MHz.
- Intel Atom Z3785: this is the processor designed for the high-end, it is a Quad-Core of 1.49 GHz with a boost frequency up to 2.41 GHz, the graphics also have the same performance of 313 MHz and an acceleration up to 833 MHz. It is the second most powerful processor from Intel with Bay Trail technology, it has support for 64-bit and a maximum of 4 GB RAM.
via Intel Bay Trail: Three new members join the family.
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