AMD Ryzen 7 5700G vs Ryzen 5 5600G

We compared two desktop CPUs: the 3.8 GHz AMD Ryzen 7 5700G with 8-cores against the 3.9 GHz Ryzen 5 5600G with 6-cores. On this page, you'll find out which processor has better performance in benchmarks, games and other useful information.

Review

General overview and comparison of the processors
Single-Core Performance
Performance in single-threaded apps and benchmarks
Performance
Measure performance when all cores are involved
Power Efficiency
The efficiency score of electricity consumption
NanoReview Final Score
Generic CPU rating

Key Differences

What are the key differences between 5600G and 5700G
Advantages of AMD Ryzen 7 5700G
  • Has 2 more physical cores
  • 5% higher Turbo Boost frequency (4.6 GHz vs 4.4 GHz)

Benchmarks

Comparing the performance of CPUs in benchmarks
Cinebench R23 (Single-Core)
Cinebench R23 (Multi-Core)
14075
Passmark CPU (Single-Core)
Passmark CPU (Multi-Core)
24706
Geekbench 5 (Single-Core)
Geekbench 5 (Multi-Core)
9469
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Specifications

Full technical specification of AMD Ryzen 7 5700G and Ryzen 5 5600G

General

Vendor AMD AMD
Released April 13, 2021 April 13, 2021
Type Desktop Desktop
instruction set x86-64 x86-64
Codename Cezanne Cezanne
Socket AM4 AM4
Integrated GPU Radeon RX Vega 8 Radeon RX Vega 7

Performance

Cores 8 6
Threads 16 12
Base Frequency 3.8 GHz 3.9 GHz
Turbo Boost Frequency 4.6 GHz 4.4 GHz
Bus frequency 100 MHz 100 MHz
Multiplier 38x 39x
L1 Cache 64K (per core) 64K (per core)
L2 Cache 512K (per core) 512K (per core)
L3 Cache 16MB (shared) 16MB (shared)
Unlocked Multiplier Yes Yes

Power

Transistors 10.7 billions 10.7 billions
Fabrication process 7 nm 7 nm
TDP 45-65 W 45-65 W
Max. temperature 95°C 95°C

iGPU

Integrated Graphics Radeon RX Vega 8 Radeon RX Vega 7
GPU Base Clock - 300 MHz
GPU Boost Clock 2000 MHz 1900 MHz
Shading Units 512 448
TMUs 32 28
ROPs 8 7
TGP 15 W 10-45 W
iGPU FLOPS
1.108 TFLOPS

Memory support

Memory types DDR4-3200 DDR4-3200
Memory Size 128 GB 128 GB
Max. Memory Channels 2 2
ECC Support No No

Misc

Official site AMD Ryzen 7 5700G official page AMD Ryzen 5 5600G official page
PCI Express Version 3.0 3.0
PCI Express Lanes 24 24

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Comments

So which CPU will you choose: AMD Ryzen 5 5600G or Ryzen 7 5700G?
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Kaptain Krispy 12 November 2022 01:39
I have both the 5600g & 5700g processors. Both have the same boards, memory, and m.2 SSD. In Halo Infinite, the 5700g pulls an additional 18fps average over the 5600g @1080p with medium settings The best is Warzone COD. 5600g @720p Low settings 44fps (at lower settings 21fps) 5700g @1080p low-medium settings 56fps
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lk2 10 October 2022 21:31
double the price just for 25% more multicore performance? is it really worth it?
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lk2 15 October 2022 13:18
I bought the 5700g, probably has higher resale value compared to 5600g
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Intel Fan 30 July 2022 17:29
"3% increase in performance doesn't justify the 100$ price increase" you missed the parts about more physical and logical cores better igpu and oh 25% multi-core performance... And that sweet R7 branding. Kisses.
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Homer 28 June 2022 02:55
+5 fps does not justify an additional 100$ AMD
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india 09 April 2022 17:46
Watch carefully admin you write the wrong name on the right-hand side both are 5700g. it should be 5600g.
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Compuguy 29 September 2021 06:48
From a vmware perspective, more cores more workflow, $100 seems to be minor for Ryzen 7 over Ryzen 5. Ryzen 5 5600g at the moment is choking on some vms. My Ryzen 7 2700 seemed to perform a bit better... Im grabbing the Ryzen 7 5700g 8 /16 seems to show better.
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Abdullah Mohd 17 August 2021 22:04
~3% performance increase xxx doesn't justify extra $100 .
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yoshy262 21 August 2021 13:10
As single core, yes, extra $100 it's not justified, but if we speak for all 8 cores then yes, it's worth it. Is at least 20% or more power overall, so go for it, on the long run is better.
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NEMO 10 September 2021 02:57
yoshy262, What type of tasks or aplication generally use all cores? How a user can influence the processor to use all the cores during task processing? As far as I know, most of tasks are processed by a single core. What is the point to compare the performance of all cores in such cases?
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AAA 01 October 2021 05:33
NEMO, Browsers are one of the most used applications on a user's computer. They're built to use multiple threads and processes efficiently. All commodity OSes rely on kernels with multiple threads or processes, and they also rely on running many background daemon processes, too. More cores gets you more parallelism.
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Anon 04 November 2021 08:51
AAA, Thanks was looking for this info exactly, wondering if more cores would speed up tons of open tabs with charts and social media like dextools, tradingview, twitter..
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Tabaholic 23 November 2021 23:34
Anon, On Firefox use an add-on called Auto Tab Discard and either Vertical Tabs or Tree of Tabs. Or don't if you don't wish to escalate the situation. I've got 315 tabs open right now and I do try to close a bulk of them every day.
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