Following so many speculations, Intel is all set to enhance the lower-end processors with the inclusion of the Tiger Lake processors with the new Celeron 6305, which has likely a few identical specs embedded.
The latest mobile chipset is comparably similar to the 5305U chipset which was launched earlier in the 2020 but has now introduced a few compelling upgrades to the Comet-lake based variant.
The new chipset in the dual-core Celebron 6000 series with the 10nm SuperFin process. The base clock in this is 1.8GHz, which is 2.3GHz in the 5305U variant. The new models and devices with this upgraded chipset are likely going to feature the latest 11th Gen. Intel Core processors with the integrated UHD series. It also comes with a Smart Cache with 4MB, which is twice like the predecessor.
The new 6305 chipset can further enable up to 8K/60Hz monitors via the Display Port. Aside from that, it also supports 4K/60Hz monitors over the HDMI port on the integrated panels. Even though the new Celeron chipset does lack the Turbo Boost, it is programmed with the Intel Deep Learning Boost, Volume Management System technology and the Neural Accelerator 2.0.
The new Tiger Lake-based Celeron x305 chips also exclusively consists of high definition audio, MIPI Soundwire and the Intel Smart Sound technology. The new devices with the chipset is also likely going to be driven by AI and several processing features that will likely provide with improved sound.
Aside from these, the new series will also feature the Intel Wake on Voice that is likely going to enhance the voice command function on some of the low to medium range laptop devices too.
The memory type supported on this chipset is the DDR4 variant and the maximum memory size can’t exceed 64GB.
The new Celeron 6305 processors are also integrated with the latest security features and functions including the Intel AES New Instructions, Intel OS Guard, Intel Boot Guard, Mode Based memory control and the Intel Control-Flow Enforcement Technology. So, users wouldn’t have to worry about the security of their devices.
The new devices integrated with this chipset is likely going to feature the PCIe Gen 3 and Thunderbolt 4 connectivity options, enhancing the power of lower-range computing via the Tiger Lake chipset series.
The pricing for the new 6000 chipset series is not disclosed yet but given that the 5305U chipset was priced at $107, the price is likely going to be somewhat close to that.