AMD Ryzen 5 5600G iGPU Gaming King Review: Techno Raman

we will give Review AMD Ryzen 5 5600G in detail. R5 5600G review 5600G R5 AMD Ryzen 5 5600g review R5 5600G review ryzen 5 5600g ryzen 5 5600g review
Today we are going to talk about APU which AMD has recently announced, yes we are talking about AMD Ryzen 5 5600 G in today's article we will give Review AMD Ryzen 5 5600 G in detail and know who should and should not get this APU and we will show you its benchmarks then move on.

AMD Ryzen 5 5600G iGPU Gaming King Review

What comes in the box?

First of all, for your information, let me tell you that it supports AM4 socket with AMD Ryzen 5 5600G cooler and comes to a document which no one reads but AMD has saved money by not putting RGB in it, so the cooler is not looking attractive but If it is not RGB then it does not mean that the cooler is useless, the performance of the cooler is as it should be, just the cooler does not look beautiful.

Test Bench

To test the Ryzen 5 5600 G, we used the Aorus B 550 Pro motherboard, which is a good motherboard according to the processor. We have enabled XMP to test this so that we get the correct clock speed of RAM. We have used two 16 GB sticks which are set to 3600 MHz.

Specs of AMD Ryzen 5 5600 G

Ryzen 5 5600 G has RX Vega 7 GPU cores with 6 cores 12 threads. Its base clock is 3.9 GHz and its maximum boost goes up to 4.4 GHz. Its L2 cache gets 3 MB in it and the L3 cache is available up to 16 MB. It is an unlocked processor. This processor is TSMC 7nm FinFET based processor. The thermal solution that comes with it is the Wraith Stealth Cooler. You do not get to give RGB in its cooler. Its default power draw is 65W, in fact, it runs as well. It ranges from 45W to 65W and can withstand temperatures up to 95 °C. It supports RAM up to 3200 MHz but if you have a good motherboard then you can use its frequency. It can be increased, even more, it also supports dual memory, it has a Graphics frequency of 1900 MHz, it also supports Display Port (DP) and HDMI.

What about the gameplay

Let me clear you one thing that all the games you will play in it will run properly on 1080p low to the medium settings but you will get to see very low fps in high settings. 

Like we saw it playing on CSGO 1080P Lowest graphics setting, on which we were getting about 150 to 200 FPS, in which the average FPS was getting 177.

After this, when we played Fortnite on 1080p Lowest setting, we were getting about 100 to 80 FPS, the average FPS was 87 which was worth playing.

We also played a Forza game on it, which we had set to 1080p lowest, which got around 60 fps.

At the same, we also played Apex Legends on it at 1080p Lowest in which we got to see an average of 50 fps.

After that, we ran the Cyberpunk game at 1080p Lowest settings, in which we got an average of 20 fps. When we ran the game at 720p Lowest settings, then the game was able to see FPS worth playing, meaning more FPS was seen than 30 FPS.

Guys, you can see the FPS comparisons in the graph. We didn't use any GPU while testing the APU. Everything we've tested has been tested on this processor Ryzen 5 5600G. We have tried that how can we get maximum performance from this processor and you may use this processor and you may not get such performance because we have used it at full load. There may be FPS drops in your case.


In terms of benchmarks, the Ryzen 5 5600G's performance was pretty impressive considering its APU. We have used it for a long time so we think it is 15-20% slower than 5600X CPU if you keep it on high profile 4.4 GHz constant maintenance will last for a long time. We ran it at 24-degree room temperature which you should know.

Let us see the benchmark in detail as you can see the Cinebech score below and you can also see the stress test from CPU-z. It gives much better performance than Intel or other AMD APU processors budget-wise.


CPU Arch. Cores/ Threads Base/ Boost Freq. TDP L3 (MB) GPU Cores
Ryzen 7 5800X Zen 3 8/16 3.8/4.7 GHz 105W 32 (1x32)
Core i7-11700K (KF) Rocket Lake 8/16 3.6/5.0 GHz 125W 16 UHD Graphics 750 Xe 32EU
Ryzen 7 5700G Zen 3 8/16 3.8/4.6 GHz 65W 16 RX Vega 8
Ryzen 7 4750G Zen 3 8/16 3.6/4.4 GHz 65W 8 RX Vega 8
Ryzen 5 5600X Zen 3 6/12 3.7/4.6 GHz 65W 32
Core i5-11600K (KF) Rocket
6/12 3.9/4.9 GHz 125W 12 UHD Graphics 750 Xe 32EU
Ryzen 5 5600G Zen 3 6/12 3.9/4.4 GHz 65W 16 RX Vega 7
Ryzen 5 3600 Zen 2 6/12 3.6/4.2 GHz 65W 32 N/A
Core i5-11400 (F) Rocket
6/12 2.6/4.2 GHz 65W 12 UHD Graphics 750 Xe 24EU
Ryzen 3 5300G Zen 3 4/8 4.0/4.2 GHz 65W 8 RX Vega 6


I think there is a value for money processors right now you can see the current market situation how high the price of GPU is. If you do CPU-intensive work, then you can take it, if you want to do video editing, then you must do a GPU pair with it. Talking about its price, it will be available for around $260, if you do its full build, then it will cost around $750 if you use the right PC components. If you want to do video intensive work then you can take 5600x CPU but don't forget to pair GPU. But if you have made up your mind to take this APU, then do not forget to install high-frequency RAM because only then you will get to see the best performance of this processor.

Don't forget to comment if you have any suggestions or questions.

You may like these posts

  1. To insert a code use <i rel="pre">code_here</i>
  2. To insert a quote use <b rel="quote">your_qoute</b>
  3. To insert a picture use <i rel="image">url_image_here</i>