Intel's new Z3000 Bay Trail chips for tablets have 2x CPU and 3x GPU performance

Justin Kahn

TS Addict
Intel's Clover Trail chips for low-power devices have had a decent showing on devices carrying them, but there's no question that the line's performance is questionable when it comes to things like graphic intensive applications. The good news is that...

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wastedkill

TS Evangelist
So where are these benchmarks? As all I read was "We have a new trail chip mah mah misleading title with no evidence of dis x2,x3 performance maw maw maw" Next time don't just spew junk give evidence I was hoping to see something besides the "This stuff gives 10x better performance than the junk we had 3years ago but who cares about what happened 3 years ago right as we haven't done a single thing since then until today!"
 

dividebyzero

trainee n00b
So where are these benchmarks? As all I read was "We have a new trail chip mah mah misleading title with no evidence of dis x2,x3 performance maw maw maw"
You mean like these?...


and one of the slides from IDF 2013 taking place at the moment comparing Silvermont with the previous Atom Z2xxx series (Saltwell)

...as well as the comparison between the same Saltwell SoC and Silvermont in an Android bench...
 

tipstir

TS Ambassador
They have dual core 1.5GHz runs at 1.4.9GHz 64-bit Atom already still slow. I won't bother to get 4th Atom CPU, just make i3 to use less battery power instead. Intel huge CPU company still wants to push Atom all over us.