Today we present the new Apollo Lake Atom series processors.
These processors, like the previous architectures Baytrail and Braswell, reach a maximum of 4 physical cores and do not support hyper threading, each single core is therefore able to manage a single thread. Here we will deal only with the most performing CPUs, those quad core , for which Intel guarantees a availability of at least 15 years from the launch date.
Dual-core versions are also available, with lower performance and costs; our commercial technicians will be able to guide you in the correct identification of the most suitable CPU.
- Celeron J3455 of the desktop series
- The pentium N4200 of the mobile series
- E3950 of embedded series
Starting from some of the most significant aspects that characterize the processors, let’s compare:
- Benchmark data
- The Tdp
- The standard temperature range for N4200 and J3455 and extended -40 +85 ° C for E3950
- The integrated GPU and related data
The models E3950 and N4200 have the same GPU HD505 while the model J3455 adopts the HD500.
Comparing the various specifications analyzed we can draw some conclusions:
- N4200 represents the best ratio between performance and consumption. As for the graphics has the same GPU of the E3900 model but the guaranteed frequency is less.
- E3900 is the processor suitable for thermal critical applications, it is in fact the only processor to have an extended operating range.
- The GPU, despite being the same as the N4200, has a much higher guaranteed graphics frequency.
- The J3455 is the CPU suitable for cost effective applications, it is in fact the one that costs less despite being, in absolute terms, the best performing. The integrated GPU is, as can be seen from the graph, the least performing but still guarantees very interesting performances.
After this brief but hopefully useful introduction we refer you to the next newsletter for the presentation of some products based on this architecture.
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