AMD Ryzen 5 5600H ‘Cezanne-H ZEN 3’ Vs. Intel Core i5-11300H ‘Tiger Lake-H’ CPU Benchmarks Leak
Intel’s Tiger Lake-H Core i5-11300H and AMD’s Cezanne-H Ryzen 5 5600H CPU benchmarks have leaked through a Geekbench database. These are mobility CPUs intended for mainstream laptops and notebooks. The benchmarks clearly indicate where Intel shines, and who should buy the upcoming AMD ZEN 3-based mobile computing devices.
AMD Ryzen 5 5600H ‘Cezanne-H ZEN 3’ Vs. Intel Core i5-11300H ‘Tiger Lake-H’ Are Mainstream CPUs:
It is important to note that both the Intel and the AMD mobility CPUs have a completely new Core Architecture. Intel’s upcoming 11th-Gen Mobility Solutions, the Tiger Lake-H family, will be featuring the Willow Cove cores. Meanwhile, the AMD Cezanne-H family will be packing the new ZEN 3 Core Architecture.
Needless to mention, both the CPUs are powerhouses. They are not the absolute topmost in Mobility Computing. Instead, these are mainstream CPUs that the majority of laptop buyers will be interested in. The AMD Ryzen 5 5600H has 6 Cores and 12 Threads, and it is based on the ZEN 3 architecture. It features a Base Clock of 3.30 GHz and a Boost Clock of 4.25 GHz. This is a 45W CPU.
Meanwhile, the Intel Core i5-11300H features 4 Cores and 8 Threads that work with 8 MB of L3 cache and 5 MB of L2 cache. The clock speeds are rated at 3.10 GHz Base & 4.40 GHz Boost. Incidentally, that’s an All-Core Boost. Moreover, the Intel CPU has the advantage of the new Xe GPU core. This is a 35W CPU but it is cTDP, which means OEMs can configure it to work like a 45W TDP CPU.
AMD Ryzen 5 5600H ‘Cezanne-H ZEN 3’ Vs. Intel Core i5-11300H ‘Tiger Lake-H’ CPU Benchmarks Results:
Coming to the benchmarks, the AMD Ryzen 5 5600H scored 1372 points in the single-core tests and 5713 points in the multi-core test. The Intel Core i7-11370H on the other hand scored 1572 points in the single-core tests and 4101 points in the multi-core tests.
According to the benchmarks, the Willow Cove based Intel Core i7-11370H is about 14.5 percent faster than the ZEN 3 based AMD Ryzen 5 5600H. Additionally, the Intel CPU has a 7 percent clock speed advantage in single-threaded benchmarks. The tables are, however, turned in multi-threaded tests, with the AMD Ryzen 5 5600H scoring a 39 percent jump. The Core i5-11300H is 6.6 percent faster in single-core tests but loses by a wide margin of 42 percent in multi-core tests versus the Ryzen 5 5600H.
The AMD Ryzen 5 5600H leads in multi-thread tests owing to the SMT (Simultaneous Multi-Thread) improvements. Moreover, it has more Cores and Threads than the Intel counterpart.
Going back a generation, the results are equally impressive for both the new CPUs, which proves both the companies have worked very hard on the new generation of Cores. The Ryzen 5 5600H is 38 percent faster in single and about 18 percent faster in multi-core tests when compared to the ZEN 2-based AMD Ryzen 5 4600H.
Meanwhile, the Intel Core i5-11300H is 37 percent faster in single and 18 percent faster in multi-core tests when compared to the Core i5-10300H. Simply put, laptop buyers are strongly recommended to hold off any purchases at least until the CES 2021 because manufacturers are expected to announce new laptops with Intel’s Tiger Lake-H and AMD’s Cezanne-H at the event.