Intel Core i5 11300H vs AMD Ryzen 5 5600H

We compared two laptop CPUs: the 2.6-3.1 GHz Intel Core i5 11300H with 4-cores against the 3.3 GHz AMD Ryzen 5 5600H with 6-cores. On this page, you'll find out which processor has better performance in benchmarks, games and other useful information.


General overview and comparison of the processors
Single-Core Performance
Performance in single-threaded apps and benchmarks
Multi-Core Performance
Measure performance when all cores are involved
Power Efficiency
The efficiency score of power consumption
Integrated Graphics
iGPU capabilities for gaming and 3D-intensive tasks
NanoReview Final Score
Generic CPU rating

Key Differences

What are the key differences between 5600H and 11300H
Advantages of Intel Core i5 11300H
  • Supports up to 64 GB DDR4-3200 RAM
  • Newer PCI Express version – 4.0
  • 5% higher Turbo Boost frequency (4.4 GHz vs 4.2 GHz)
Advantages of AMD Ryzen 5 5600H
  • Has 8192 KB larger L3 cache size
  • Has 2 more physical cores
  • More modern manufacturing process – 7 versus 10 nanometers

Test in Benchmarks

Comparing the performance of CPUs across various tasks

Cinebench R23

Reputable cross-platform benchmark for high-performance processors
Cinebench R23 (Single-Core)
Cinebench R23 (Multi-Core)

GeekBench v6

The new version of this benchmark emulates common operations often used in real-world apps
Geekbench 6 (Single-Core)
Geekbench 6 (Multi-Core)
File compression 383.2 MB/sec 623.5 MB/sec
Clang compilation 36.5 Klines/sec 52.2 Klines/sec
HTML 5 Browser 97.5 pages/sec 105.7 pages/sec
PDF Renderer 149.8 Mpixels/sec 171.1 Mpixels/sec
Text processing 173.8 pages/sec 184.9 pages/sec
Background blur 27.5 images/sec 32.6 images/sec
Photo processing 35.7 images/sec 45.7 images/sec
Ray tracing 6.98 Mpixels/sec 13 Mpixels/sec
Sources: GeekBench [1], [2]


Synthetic test that focuses on raw computational performance for low-level functions
Passmark CPU (Single-Core)
Passmark CPU (Multi-Core)
Integer math 34.8 GOps/sec 61.9 GOps/sec
Floating point math 21.4 GOps/sec 34.1 GOps/sec
Find prime numbers 36M Primes/sec 49M Primes/sec
Random string sorting 15.3M Strings/sec 22.1M Strings/sec
Data encryption 6.6 GBytes/sec 13.4 GBytes/sec
Data compression 125.3 MBytes/sec 214.1 MBytes/sec
Physics 619 Frames/sec 722 Frames/sec
Extended instructions 9.3B Matrices/sec 14.7B Matrices/sec
Sources: PassMark [3], [4]


Full technical specification of Intel Core i5 11300H and AMD Ryzen 5 5600H


Vendor Intel AMD
Released January 12, 2021 January 12, 2021
Type Laptop Laptop
instruction set x86-64 x86-64
Codename Tiger Lake Zen 3 (Cezanne)
Model number i5-11300H -
Integrated GPU Iris Xe Graphics 80EU Radeon RX Vega 7


Performance Cores
P-Cores 4 6
P-Threads 8 12
Base Frequency (P) 2.6-3.1 GHz 3.3 GHz
Turbo Boost Frequency (P) 4.4 GHz 4.2 GHz
Total Cores 4 6
Total Threads 8 12
Bus Frequency 100 MHz 100 MHz
Multiplier 26-31x 33x
Bus Bandwidth 4 GT/s -
L1 Cache 96K (per core) 64K (per core)
L2 Cache 1280K (per core) 512K (per core)
L3 Cache 8MB (shared) 16MB (shared)
Unlocked Multiplier No No


Fabrication process 10 nm 7 nm
TDP (PL1) 28-35 W (configurable) 35-54 W (configurable)
Socket BGA-1449 FP6
Peak temperature 100°C 105°C


Integrated Graphics Intel Iris Xe Graphics 80EU Radeon RX Vega 7
GPU Base Clock 300 MHz 300 MHz
GPU Boost Clock 1300 MHz 1800 MHz
Shading Units 640 448
TMUs 40 28
ROPs 20 7
Execution Units 80 -
TGP 15 W 10-45 W
1.108 TFLOPS

Memory Support

Memory types - DDR4-3200
- LPDDR4x-4267
- DDR4-3200
- LPDDR4-4266
Memory Size 64 GB 32 GB
Max. Memory Channels 2 2
ECC Support No Yes


Official site Intel Core i5 11300H official page AMD Ryzen 5 5600H official page
PCI Express Version 4.0 3.0
PCI Express Lanes 16 16

Cast your vote

Choose between two processors
732 (19.7%)
2990 (80.3%)
Total votes: 3722


So which CPU will you choose: AMD Ryzen 5 5600H or Intel Core i5 11300H?
Mecso 16 May 2022 08:46
I cannot find the max ram for the ryzen on AMD's website or anywhere else specified. Are you sure it's 32 GB, I saw laptops with this CPU and 64GB ram?
+205 Reply
Roco 31 January 2022 16:54
AMD: more cores, but comes with more heat. Good GPU. Intel: fewer cores, less heat. Better GPU. Why did I buy Intel? The GPU performance and temperatures are more important for laptops. Both CPUs provide way more power than most games would need. So six cores is nice, but pretty much overkill for a small laptop. For a desktop, AMD would be my absolute favorite. The raw power of the new AMD CPUS is simply awesome. However, the tested CPUs are for laptops.
+271 Reply
sacred 15 April 2022 13:44
lmao, intel GPU is better than AMD =)))
+76 Reply
Wal 22 April 2022 10:55
Most of the laptops that have these processors will surely come with discrete graphics. So the iGPU will literally just work as video output. So Intel having better iGPU here doesn't really benefit that much. They should've just gone with a worse iGPU and added 2 more cores.
+61 Reply
Mecso 16 May 2022 11:18
Wal, Exactly the igpu is what handles the displays, so if you go with the AMD one you'll have freesync, but if you choose Intel, it won't matter if you have a 3090 ti or no discrete card at all, you won't any adaptive sync.
+28 Reply
Mecso 25 May 2022 17:48
Mecso, Just found out that now intel iGPUs have adaptive sync too.
+57 Reply