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    Intel Apollo Lake SoCs provide 30pc perf boost over Braswell

    Intel showed off a few slides with comparative numbers at Computex.
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    Re: Intel Apollo Lake SoCs provide 30pc perf boost over Braswell

    the current intel celeron 3050 and Pentium N3700 have an amazing core performance sometimes comparable to mobile intel i3 ivy bridge in certain tasks but the graphics need to improve I hope the Apollo lake will offer better GPU's.

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    Re: Intel Apollo Lake SoCs provide 30pc perf boost over Braswell

    Bra-swell. Really? Was someone was taking the mick with that one?! How on earth did that get through branding?

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    Re: Intel Apollo Lake SoCs provide 30pc perf boost over Braswell

    That doesn't say 30% IPC, so I'm guessing they just turned the clocks up 30%. That might be enough to keep up with the ~3GHz ARM chips that are on the horizon.

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    Re: Intel Apollo Lake SoCs provide 30pc perf boost over Braswell

    It appears Apollo Lake survived the wholesale Broxton slaughter earlier this year...

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    Re: Intel Apollo Lake SoCs provide 30pc perf boost over Braswell

    Isn't Kaby Lake practically upon us anyway? I take it 'Atoms' are no more? What happened to Willow Trail? I'm obviously not au fait with Intel naming conventions, got to Google it LOL ;-)
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    Re: Intel Apollo Lake SoCs provide 30pc perf boost over Braswell

    Quote Originally Posted by Pleiades View Post
    Isn't Kaby Lake practically upon us anyway? I take it 'Atoms' are no more? What happened to Willow Trail? I'm obviously not au fait with Intel naming conventions, got to Google it LOL ;-)
    Atoms are still very much with us, it was just the mobile ones that got the chop. That was fairly predictable, the market leaders in phones are Apple and Samsung who make their own CPUs and seem way better at it than Intel. That left Intel fighting over scraps of the phone market which was never going to be a financial success.

    Atoms still have a market in low end desktops and NAS boxes, and the higher end of tablets.

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