Intel’s Bay Trail-T platform will be the successor the current range of Intel Atom processors on the Clover Trail Plus platform. These new Atom processors will use the Silvermont CPU core design compared to the previous Medfield design on Clover Trail. The new line up includes four quad core parts based on the 22nm manufacturing process. All four parts stay within 2.4W of power consumption or sDP.
We can see an alternating pattern between D and non-D models. The D models have lower resolution support of 1920 by 1200, slightly higher power consumption, less memory support and lower memory bandwidth – so these are of course the more value orientated parts. While the non-D models can support up to 2560 by 1600, have 2W sDPs, support up to 4GB of RAM and churn out 17.1 GB/s of memory bandwidth across a dual channel mode. The Z3770 models will be capable of up to 2.4GHz and the Z3740 models are capable of up to 1.8GHz.
Graphics are just labelled as Intel HD Graphics but we can assume the non-D models have better graphics as they are capable of driving a higher resolution with less power consumption. Expect more details to emerge at IDF 2013.