Page 1:If The Gloves Weren't Off Before, They Are Now...
Page 2:The Atom Z3000 SoC Architecture
Page 3:Bay Trail's Performance On The Desktop: Benchmarking Celeron J1750
Page 4:Results: Power And Efficiency
Page 5:Results: Synthetics And 3D
Page 6:Results: Productivity
Page 7:Results: Compression
Page 9:Results: Media Encoding
Page 10:Celeron J1750: Bay Trail Is Faster And Much More Efficient
Intel's Celeron G1610 dominates, followed by the A4. Celeron J1750 finishes in third place, with the Atom D2700 placing fourth ahead of the Z2760.
Both Intel's Celeron G1610 and AMD's A4-4000 fare similarly, while the Celeron J1750 trails quite a ways behind. The thing is, it has little trouble besting Intel's Atom D2700, which in turn stomps the Z2760.
The WebXPRT suite employs HTML5, but yields performance results similar to what we just saw from Peacekeeper. In both cases, the Celeron J1750 posts numbers in between the Atom D2700 and A4-4000. From one generation to the next, those are great gains, particularly when you consider that both low-power SoCs are 10 W models.
- If The Gloves Weren't Off Before, They Are Now...
- The Atom Z3000 SoC Architecture
- Bay Trail's Performance On The Desktop: Benchmarking Celeron J1750
- Results: Power And Efficiency
- Results: Synthetics And 3D
- Results: Productivity
- Results: Compression
- Results: Media Encoding
- Celeron J1750: Bay Trail Is Faster And Much More Efficient