Launch of the Comet Lake processor family Intel It is non-standard compared to the approaches and methods we have become accustomed to from the chipmaker in the past - both because it comes alongside another 10-chipset family called Ice Lake, and also comes in limited clusters, with only four models launched in the first wave. Now we are getting the second wave in the family, which is not focused on increasing supply in the seriescore i3, thecore i5 andcore i7 - but chooses to squeeze into the budget market, the one in the middle of it core To the company's atomic architectures.
The Pentium Gold 6405U is a dual-core processor with HyperThreading technology support for four actual processing capitals, with a basic 2.4GHz operating frequency without Turbo Boost technology support, LPDDR3 memory support or DDR4, A common cache memory of 3 megabytes of L2, Core Built-in UHD Graphics (9.5 Generation) graphics with maximum 950MHz speed and a recognized 15 watt power supply, much like most other U-type processors.
This model also includes significant compromises with respect to thecore The most basic of the modern (half the cache, more basic graphical kernel and the familiar turbo capability that allows to bump the practical performance for short periods of time), but it will be interesting to test its performance, especially against a model such as thecore i3-10110U has the same number of physical and logical cores, but at almost twice the price of 281 dollars versus 161 dollars (both in large scale purchases for manufacturers, as is the case for non-market products for home users).
The Celeron 5205U is an even more basic dual-core model, with no support for HyperThreading technology and with only a basic 1.9GHz operating frequency, with no turbo capabilities of course. It includes the same cache, same humble graphical kernel, and the same support for dynamic Pentium 6405U memories, but at a recommended price of 107 dollars, the older brother of the two may well be a more successful compromise in computers Mobile Such budgets and others that will be based on the coming months.