Intel Bay Trail CPU lineup leaked, TDPs as low as 4.5W

atominsideOne of the major selling points of Intel’s recently-released Haswell CPU lineup was its reduced power-consumption. But with news of a leak in Intel’s up-coming CPU list, it looks like we ain’t seen nothing’ yet.

Intel’s Atom CPU may have started out rather sedately back in 2008 at the height of the netbook boom, but it looks as though the chip giant will not only see its Bay Trail-codenamed CPUs appear as Atom-branded chips, you’ll see them as Celeron and Pentium processors as well – and not just in notebooks and tablets.

This table from German site ComputerBase gives you a detailed look at what’s coming up.

ModelPlatformCoresCPU clockGPU clockTDP
Atom E3810Bay Trail-I11.46 GHzmax. 400 MHz5 W
Atom E3821Bay Trail-I21.33 GHzmax. 533 MHz6 W
Atom E3822Bay Trail-I21.46 GHzmax. 667 MHz7 W
Atom E3823Bay Trail-I21.75 GHzmax. 792 MHz8 W
Atom E3840Bay Trail-I41.91 GHzmax. 792 MHz10 W
Celeron N2805Bay Trail-M21.46 GHzmax. 667 MHz4.5 W
Celeron N2810Bay Trail-M22.00 GHzmax. 756 MHz7.5 W
Celeron N2910Bay Trail-M41.60 GHzmax. 756 MHz7.5 W
Pentium N3510Bay Trail-M42.00 GHzmax. 750 MHz7.5 W
Celeron J1750Bay Trail-D22.41 GHzmax. 792 MHz10 W
Celeron J1850Bay Trail-D42.00 GHzmax. 792 MHz10 W
Pentium J2850Bay Trail-D42.41 GHzmax. 792 MHz10 W

Bay Trail-I (I for Internet?) will be the Atom-branded offerings with ComputerBase believes will be for ‘industrial solutions’. Liliputing says ‘probably netbooks and tablets’. Given the low thermal design power (TDP) ratings here, both are likely to be right.

Bay Trail-M (M for Mobile?) will see light as a mix of Celeron and Pentium models far more likely to be used in notebooks and tablets with clock speeds of up to 2GHz and as many as four cores.

Bay Trail-D (D for desktop?) will be the top-of-the-tree options, mostly quad-core and with clock speeds of up to 2.4GHz.

All of these Intel Bay Trail CPUs will include integrated graphics but noticeably, all have TDPs of 10-watts or less, which should see them deliver long battery life.

The main question is just how well do these CPUs perform? ComputerBase is reporting early test results have emerged with the Android-based AnTuTu benchmark showing an unspecified ‘Bay Trail-T’ chip scoring 43,000 while Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 800 hits a little under 36,000. If these figures are true, it tells us a couple of things -

1. Expect to see more Bay Trail gear running Android.
2. ARM (or at least Qualcomm) isn’t that far behind X86 architecture performance levels.

Sure, we’re talking about Atom X86 but it’ll be interesting to see how ARM fares over the next year or two and whether or not they can bridge the gap and maintain low power consumption.

Via liliputing, fanlesstech, computerbase

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