Intel: gpu Cherry Trail Atom is twice as powerful as that of Bay Trail




Intel promises to improve. Graphics performance of its forthcoming Atoms significantly The GPU Cherry Trail, produced at 14nm instead of 22nm will be twice as powerful as that of the existing Bay Trail platform.

Cherry Trail is the first Atom produced in 14nm and SOC for tablets and smartphones should do so also bring significant energy savings compared to the current 22nm SOCs of the Bay Trail generation. At the same time, the performance when running 3D graphics have to be doubled, according to a slide that Intel revealed during IDF 2014. The claim is based on a test of GFX Bench Egypt HD, with respect to the results of an Atom Z3775. Earlier it was announced that the 8th generation GPU Cherry Trail 16 execution units gain, compared to 4 for the 7th generation of Bay Trail

The Cherry Trail-SOCs have to go into mass production in early 2015, according to Intel CEO Brian Krzanich. The SOCs will be combined with the XMM-lte 7260 modem from Intel, which are also used for Bay Trail. Intel gave some extra information about a successor XMM 7360, which is still in development. This should get support for 8×2 and 4×4 MIMO downlink data streams, for faster and more stable connections.


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