Bay Trail-T (Intel Atom) Quad Core SoC will Ship on September 11

Usman Pirzada

According to information leaked by VR-Zone the Bay trail-T variant of Intel Atom processors will ship on 11 September featuring 4 Processor Models and 2 Memory Configurations inside that.  The Bay trail-t Intel Atom processors will be SoC (System-on-Chip) and will feature the 22nm process and will be Quad Cores. The Intel Bay trail-t family will utilize the Silvermont microarchitecture and early reports indicate will surpass the ARM based chips.

Intel Bay trail-t SoC

Intel Atom Bay Trail-t Quad Core SoC will come in 4 Models

The Intel Bay trail-t variant is the first in line of the Bay trail lineup and will be constructed from a 22nm process. The Bay trail-t variant is said to ship on September 11 of this year and reports indicate will debut in the IDF Sans Francisco. The Bay Trail-t will be targeted towards tablets under USD 150 and will be optimized to house the Windows 8 OS.

The Intel Bay trail-t will come in 4 models Z3770, Z3770D, Z3740 and Z3740D respectively. All the processors will have an L2 cache of 2MB.The Intel Bay Trail-t SoC has also shifted to the Intel HD Integrated graphics. The Intel Atom Bay Trail-t processors will support a maximum display of 1920x1600/2560x1600 and a minimum display resolution of 1366x768

Though the Bay Trail-t Intel Atom SDP is given the TDP which is the actual practical wattage is not given. However the Z3770 and the Z3770D processors will have a clock rate of upto 2.4 Ghz whiles the Z3740 and Z3740D will have a maximum clock rate of upto 1.8 Ghz for each core.

The Bay Trail-t ‘D’ Suffix

The variants of the Bay Trail-t ending with the letter ‘D’ will support a maximum resolution of 1920 x 1200 while as the non-D variants will support a maximum resolution of upto 2560 x 1600

The ‘D’ Variants will have a maximum memory of 2 GB (Single Channel)  with a bandwidth of 10.6GB/s whiles the non-D Intel Bay Trail-t SoC will have a maximum memory of upto 4GB (Dual Channel) with memory bandwidth of 17.1GB/s.The SDP of the Intel Bay trail-t ‘D’ processors will be rated at 22~2.4W  whileas the non-D variants will be rated at a solid 2W SDP.

Basically the lower end models of Intel’s Bay trail-t SoC will have the ‘D’ suffix.

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