Ryzen 5 5000 series CPUs and Intel i5 12400f CPUs are in light of heavy work users (gamers, graphic designers and video editer)and this is why these CPUs are always compared.
Let’s compare these CPUs by taking a look on specification of these CPUs.
Now let’s talk about their benchmarks.
In Single-Core performance Intel i5 12400f is 11.68% more faster than Ryzen 5 5600G.
In multi-core performance Intel i5 12400f is 8.69% more faster than Ryzen 5 5600G.
In power efficiency, both CPU are consuming neck to neck power.
let’s compare these CPUs performance through benchmarks.
Cinebench R23 (Single-Core)
here, Intel i5 12400f score 209 points more than Ryzen 5 5600G, it means Intel’s Single-Core is 14% more faster than Ryzen 5 5600G.
Cinebench R23 (Multi-Core)
here, i5 12400f score 851 points more than Ryzen 5 5600, it means Intel’s Multi-Core is 8% more faster than Ryzen 5 5600.
Passmark CPU (Single-Core)
According to Passmark CPU benchmarks Intel has 10.23% more powerful Single-core
Passmark CPU (Multi-Core)
Geekbench 5 (Single-Core)
Geekbench 5 (Multi-Core)
Difference between ‘Ti’ and ‘non Ti’ GPU
Whenever you search for a Nvidia graphics cards you might have seen ‘Ti’ variant with the same numeric value. Well, ‘Ti’ stands for Titanium. ‘Ti’ with the same numeric value is just an upgraded GPU of that numeric value. In short ‘Ti’ with numeric value represent more powerful GPU and better performance than that numeric value. for eg.- GTX 1060 with Ti is more powerful than only GTX 1060 but, not more powerful than GTX 1070. Often ‘Ti’ variant launches just after the base model but, sometimes Nvidia launches ‘Ti’ GPU just before its base model launch.
What is CUDA cores?
Cuda stands for ‘Compute Unified Device Architecture’, CUDA cores are just like a CPU core and cores are very similar to CPU cores. CPU have dual core, quad core, hexa core, octa core but, in GPU these core may may be in hundreds or in thousands. CUDA cores are parallel to CPU which caculate the graphical
Single-Core is used for gaming whereas, multi-Cores are used in rendering, it means Intel is best for gaming as well as video editing. but, here is a problem that you don’t get any integrated GPU in Intel 12400f.
So, if you are looking for gaming without graphic card (on integrated GPU), then Ryzen 5 5600G will be the best option for gaming. But, if you gonna use dedicated GPU then Intel i5 12400f will be the best option for gaming, because Intel has more powerful Single-Core which is around 11.66% more faster than Ryzen 5 5600G. More Faster Single-Core mean more FPS (Frames Per Second) in games.