Amd ryzen 5 5600g performance leaked
Tum Apisak, a well-known and reputable hardware leaker, has released some interesting benchmarks he found. These benchmarks clearly show the performance of the APU tested using CPUZ and Geekbench 5.
Now, although the specific machine running these tests (including its Nvidia 30 series GPU) is different from the GPU we have seen for testing Intel products, none of these scores can match the Intel Core i511400 (expected price range similar) Match, we have seen 544 CPUZ and 1593 on Geekbench 5.
However, it should be noted that these are only CPU-centric tests and do not provide metrics for integrated graphics.
The benchmark test above only really shows the capabilities of AMD Ryzen 5 5600G in terms of computing performance, that is, you expect the typical workload of the processor, not the graphics performance. This is the biggest attraction of buying an APU with integrated graphics. As mentioned earlier, the machine running the test is equipped with its own dedicated RTX 3060 GPU, which can perform drawing tasks.
Therefore, at this point, it is difficult to say whether AMD Ryzen 5 5600G is worth buying compared with the rival Intel APU. We think AMD may outperform Intel in the integrated graphics department. This may be a safe bet, as they have traditionally done, but if this is sufficient to justify the cost, then we better understand We will not know how iGPU works before how to achieve it. (Integrated graphics processing unit) benchmark and expected retail price of APU.
Although we have not set a date yet, AMD Ryzen 5 5600G is expected to be OEM-only (also known as part of third-party pre-made PCs) around May 2021.
As for when you can buy a separate APU and put it in your own assembled computer, it is currently estimated to be around the end of 2021. It remains to be seen whether it will be postponed again. Please pay attention to our AMD Ryzen 5 5600G where to buy page and buy as soon as possible!