Monday, August 5th 2013

Intel Bay Trail-T Launching On September 11

Intel's updated Atom family, part of the new Bay Trail-T platform, will arrive on September 11. The new Bay Trail-T lineup includes four quad-core chips and will be part of two different series of chips. The four chips include the Z3770D, Z3770D, Z3740 and Z3740D. Here, the 'D' suffix bearing chips will be able to drive a maximum display resolution of 1920 x 1200, while the non-'D' chips will be able to drive 2560 x 1600 resolution panels. Additionally, the 'D' chips have support for 10.6 GB/s memory bandwidth, which is a much higher 17.1 GB/s for the non-'D' chips. Clock speeds for the 3770 series will max out at 2.4 GHz, while the 3740 series will be limited to 1.8 GHz. The GPU department will be handled by Intel HD Graphics. Expect more details to surface at IDF later this year.

Source: VR-Zone
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15 Comments on Intel Bay Trail-T Launching On September 11

#1
xvi
High frequency with such low wattage? I'm slightly worried about IPC now.
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#2
Brusfantomet
This time nobody wants the D

But is seams like the extra memory channel on th "non D" chips is giving the extra bandwidth that allows for 2560 x 1600. That extra channel also makes it possible to use 4 GiB ram by the looks of it, and since the memory controller can run a little slower the hole chip saves 10% - 20%.

Anyway its still probably gonna suck compared to the AMD APUs.
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#3
Octavean
I'd like to see what they can do,....

Not sure I would want one no matter what though,...
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#4
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Out of execution order woopdidoo. Want benchies like NOW.
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#5
Patriot
by: xvi
High frequency with such low wattage? I'm slightly worried about IPC now.
To things to note.... UP-to (turbo frequencies listed)
and SDP Scenario Design Power rather than TDP ...

sneaky marketing.
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#6
trickson
OH, I have such a headache
by: Brusfantomet
This time nobody wants the D.
Anyway its still probably gonna suck compared to the AMD APUs.
And you base this hypothesis on what exactly? Got proof? Links? Benchmarks? Hmm.... :shadedshu
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#7
RCoon
Gaming Moderator
Stop advertising sDP Intel, please, its note like your TDP is even that high unless you're trying to lie to fit into the mobile market, because that doesnt work that way.
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#10
Patriot
by: trickson
Not sure of what to think of "leaked" information, But okay it doesn't suck but isn't the best for sure. :ohwell:
Depends on gpu performance...
and what the TDP actually is.

I'll wait for released benches.
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Brusfantomet
by: trickson
And you base this hypothesis on what exactly? Got proof? Links? Benchmarks? Hmm.... :shadedshu
no prof, just anecdotal evidence. Have yet to try an atom system without getting the notion that the processor was to slow.
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#12
Over_Lord
News Editor
by: xvi
High frequency with such low wattage? I'm slightly worried about IPC now.
SDP is a scam. Don't believe it.
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#13
lemonadesoda
Speed bump and OoO. Atom is interesting again. I need to retire these crappy N270/280 and D330's.
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#14
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: lemonadesoda
Speed bump and OoO. Atom is interesting again. I need to retire these crappy N270/280 and D330's.
Totally so. And the 1.1Ghz ones are supposedly 30% faster than a 2.2Ghz Snapdragon. Can't wait for benchmarks!
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Ikaruga
by: Over_Lord
Z3770D, Z3770D, Z3740 and Z3740D.
Z3770, Z3770D......


by: Over_Lord
Additionally, the 'D' chips have support for 10.6 GB/s memory bandwidth, which is a much higher 17.1 GB/s for the non-'D' chips.
Perhaps my English is not good enough, but this sounds a bit weird, or not?
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