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[wccf] Intel Bay Trail Z3770 Benchmarked in CineBench – Matches Quad Core AMD Jaguar APU

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The Atom Z3770 SOC is a quad core chip featuring a max core clock of 2.4 GHz with a TDP of only 7.5W. The chip features 2 MB of L2 cache, Dual channel LPDDR3-1067 memory support, 4 GB memory capacity with bandwidth of 17.1 GB/s and a maximum resolution support of 2560×1600. The rest of the Atom Z3000 Bay Trail processors can be seen here.
The chip was tested in CineBench R11.5 which is a common benchmark tool to evaluate CPU performance. Intel’s Atom Z3770 which was clocked at a surprisingly low speed of 1.47 GHz scored 1.47 Points. Compared to the AMD Jaguar based A4-5000 APU, the score is almost on par. Compared to Intel’s last generation Clover Trail Atom SOCs At just 7.5W, this is amazing for a mobility processor since the A4-5000 has a TDP of 15W.

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that's one amazing chip, my power hungry 150W 3.6Ghz C2Q 6600 gets 3.8 points
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7.5w 1.47 pts on cinebench. WOW!
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But how much does the package use?
Since Intel always gives SoC numbers which are of by like 5 watts in their advantage.(probably going to have a usage of 12W or so + screen + periph)
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probably going to have a usage of 12W or so + screen + periph)

Still very impressive.
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probably going to have a usage of 12W or so + screen + periph)

Still very impressive.
Certainly impressive they managed to scale down their i7 36xxqm line up or 46xxqm since it is more like haswell.
In Cinebench that is only time will tell whether gpu performance didn't lack behind if it is bellow HD4000 then that would be a little less
Edited by maarten12100 - 9/5/13 at 3:16am
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isnt 5W alot? I thought Tegra 3 was like 3W and Tegra 4 was even less, same with Qualcomm's pull somewhere around 4 watts...
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isnt 5W alot? I thought Tegra 3 was like 3W and Tegra 4 was even less, same with Qualcomm's pull somewhere around 4 watts...

difference being tegra chips will not get anywhere near the cinebench numbers of a jaguar or bay trail chip.
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no hyper-threading? but the big thing here is that it actually has a dual channel controller! does it support out-of-order too?

if lenovo puts bay trail in a tablet with a stylus, I'm jumping on that boat ASAP.
Edited by Domino - 9/5/13 at 3:41am
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no hyper-threading? but the big thing here is that it actually has a dual channel controller! does it support out-of-order too?

if lenovo puts bay trail in a tablet with a stylus, I'm jumping on that boat ASAP.

I don't see hyperthreading anywhere which I guess is fine, the lower clockspeeds should be pegged anyway most of the time on high use cases and hyperthreading would draw more power and cost more die space (about 5% so power to perf wasn't worth it).

About that stylus, N-Trig? biggrin.gifthumb.gif

Edit: I'm sure these aren't even targeted for full windows 8 machines as they support hyperthreading natively, I'm sure these are for Ultra cheap windows 8 11" machines and tablet/mobile OS tablets and possibly larger "phablet" phones.

Intel wouldn't want to cannibalize it's current ULV series CPU's which are being scaled down to ~11w and can be fit into an 11" tablet that is 0.39" thick and maintain 6 hour battery life (and there are Y series versions of these which draw even less power).

Vaio Tap 11 is an 11" full windows tablet which runs standard ultrabook CPU's of 17w and is only 0.39" thick, an iPad 4 is 0.37" thick.


I'm assuming these will mainly start popping up in android tablets soon smile.gif
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