Intriguingly, one of the Ryzen 5000G and Ryzen 5000GE’s selling points, according to AMD, is that they feature the “world’s fastest graphics in a desktop processor”. The footnotes offered up by Team Red reveal that the tests that helped the company arrive to this conclusion involved the Ryzen 7 5700G, Ryzen 5 5600G, and Ryzen 3 5300G being pushed through the 3DMark Time Spy benchmark. The competition chosen for the comparison were the Intel Core i7-10700, i5-10600, and i3-10300, so 10th Gen Comet Lake chips with UHD 630 integrated graphics. (Tests took place before Intel’s 11th Gen Rocket Lake series was launched.)
The not-too-shabby AMD Ryzen 7 5700G chip is definitely the pick of the bunch. In many cases, gamers could expect double or more faster gaming performance (~2.17x) out of this Cezanne Zen 3 chip in comparison to its direct Intel competitor according to slides released by AMD. In addition, the same APU can offer around +38% faster performance in content creation and up to +80% speed gains in compute performance (vs. Intel Core i7-10700). AMD states the Ryzen 5000G and Ryzen 5000GE series are headed to OEMs only; however, another source believes desktop PC builders may be able to obtain the APUs later on this year.
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