Two new Intel Atom processor specs listed

Two new Intel Atom processor specs listed

The Intel Atom Bay Trail-T processor family is not something new these days but there’s more to it – Intel has added two new models, whose specs have become officially listed. Here’s what you can expect.

The two new models are known as Atom Z3735F and Z3735G and are identical to the already announced Z3735D and Z3735E. Thus the two new chips come with four computational cores, work at 1.33 – 1.83 GHz, have 2 MB of L2 cache and support up to 2 GB of DDR3L-RS 1333 (Atom Z3735F) and up to 1 GB of the same memory (Atom Z3735G). In addition to that the new chips come in new packages. They lack some pins and sport fewer USB 2.0 ports, I2S and I2C and lack one CSI interface.

The pricing of the new Intel processors is not known at the moment but given their specs they will not be that expensive.

Source: Intel

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