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Posted by on Jul 5, 2013 in Hardware News |

Future SoC Specifications Intel Pentium, Celeron and Atom “Valleyview”

Just a couple of days ago we learned that Intel plans to release a large number of microprocessors and SoCs based on their micro.arquitecturas Haswell and Silvermont . From VR-Zone we get some details of some of the ready in late August and September this year.

First we have the Intel and SoC “Valleyview-M” to the segment of notebooks, ultrabooks and netbooks:

Also we have the Pentium and Celeron SoC “Valleyview-D” for desktop PCs and small size:

Finally we have the SoC “Valleyview-I” for the industrial segment (embedded, have a 7 year warranty):

We see (for laptops) is 7.5W TDPs its quad-core models, so we can estimate that the operating of Valleyview-T (for tablets) should be slightly less to cover the requirements of autonomy portable devices, as seen in the model tested under AnTuTu few days ago .

It is noteworthy that all SoC is based on micro-architecture Silvermont are manufactured with a 22nm manufacturing process Intel platform and form the Bay Trail.

Link: T, M, D三款产å“外, Intel Bay Trail将推出工业级的系列处ç†å™¨I (VR-Zone)

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