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Intel Bay Trail CPU performance comparison

CPU comparison Intel Silvermont SoC (Codename Bay-Trail) comparison Cedar view  Core-i
CPU J1900 N2930 N2807 E3825 E3827 E3845   D2550 i7-3770
Typ Celeron Celeron Celeron ATOM ATOM ATOM   ATOM Core-i
Kerne Quad Quad Dual Dual Dual Quad   Dual Quad
Taktrate 2,0 GHz 1,83 GHz 1,58 GHz 1,33 GHz  1,75 GHz 1,91 GHz   1,86 GHz 3,4 GHz
Turbo Taktrate 2,42 GHz 2,17 GHz 2,17 GHz  ---  --- ---   --- 3,9 GHz
 
TDP 10W 7,5W  7,5W 6W  8W 10W   10W 77W
Threads 4 4 2 2  2 4   4 8
L2 Cache 2 MB 2 MB 1 MB 1 MB 1 MB 2 MB   1 MB 8 MB
Max. RAM 8 GB 8 GB 4 GB 4 GB 8 GB 8 GB   4 GB 32 GB
Benchmark
Passmark Score 1954 1795 903 560 --- 1396   666 9396
Geekbench 3 64 Bit                  
Single Core 961 917 770 616 810 884   468 3424
Multi Core 3180 2932 1338 1121 1475 2874   1157 13296

Geekbench 3 benchmark results diagram

CPU_Diagramm

The diagram and table show how the new Bay Trail CPUs (Silvermont SoC) beat the Intel series when it comes to performance in the mid-priced range. As a reference, another three high-end CPU models of the Core-i series have been added to the comparison. Although they are clearly superior when it comes to performance, they also have a significantly higher power consumption, which of course means more thermal energy. When considering only the CPU, the Bay Trail derivates are in the range of 6 - 10W, while the high-end models come at 37 - 77W.