AMD Ryzen Embedded V1500B
VS
AMD Ryzen 5 5600X
VS

Which to select

It is time to pick the winner. What is the difference between AMD Ryzen Embedded V1500B vs AMD Ryzen 5 5600X? What CPU is more powerful? It is quite easy to determine – look at comparison table. The processor with more cores/ threads and also with higher frequency is the absolute winner!

CPU Cores and Base Frequency

Who will win between AMD Ryzen Embedded V1500B vs  AMD Ryzen 5 5600X. The general performance of a CPU can easily be determined based on the number of its cores and the thread count, as well as the base frequency and Turbo frequency. The more GHz and cores a CPU has, the better. Please note that high technical specs require using a powerful cooling system.

2.20 GHz
Frequency
3.70 GHz
4
CPU Cores
6
No turbo
Turbo (1 Core)
4.60 GHz
8
CPU Threads
12
Yes
Hyperthreading
Yes
No
Overclocking
Yes
2.20 GHz
Turbo (4 Cores)
no data
no data
Turbo (6 Cores)
4.20 GHz
normal
Core architecture
normal
0x
A core
0x
0x
B core
0x

Internal Graphics

Some manufacturers complement their CPUs with graphic chips, such a solution being especially popular in laptops. The higher the clock frequency of a GPU is and the bigger its memory, the better. Find a winner - AMD Ryzen Embedded V1500B vs AMD Ryzen 5 5600X. 

No turbo
GPU (Turbo)
No turbo
--
Max. Memory
--

Hardware codec support

Here we deal with specs that are used by some CPU manufacturers. These numbers are mainly technical and can be neglected for the purpose of the comparison analysis.

No
h264
No
No
JPEG
No
No
VP8
No
No
VP9
No
No
VC-1
No
No
AVC
No
No
h265 / HEVC (8 bit)
No
No
h265 / HEVC (10 bit)
No
No
AV1
No

Memory & PCIe

These are memory standards supported by CPUs. The higher such standards, the better a CPU’s performance is.

DDR4-2400
Memory type
DDR4-3200
32 GB
Max. Memory
128 GB
2
Memory channels
2
Yes
ECC
Yes
3.0
PCIe version
4.0
16
PCIe lanes
20

Encryption

Data encryption support

Yes
AES-NI
Yes

Thermal Management

The thermal design power (TDP), sometimes called thermal design point, is the maximum amount of heat generated by a computer chip or component (often a CPU, GPU or system on a chip) that the cooling system in a computer is designed to dissipate under any workload.

105 °C
Tjunction max.
95 °C
25 W
TDP up
--
12 W
TDP down
--
15 W
TDP (PL1)
65 W
--
TDP (PL2)
--

Technical details

4.00 MB
L3-Cache
32.00 MB
14 nm
Technology
7 nm
Great Horned Owl (Zen)
Architecture
Zen 3 (Vermeer)
AMD-V, SEV
Virtualization
AMD-V, SEV
FP5
Socket
AM4
Q1/2018
Release date
Q4/2020
Market price
ca. 299 $
x86-64 (64 bit)
Instruction set (ISA)
x86-64 (64 bit)
--
L2-Cache
3.00 MB

Devices using this processor

You probably know already what devices use CPUs. These can be a desktop or a laptop.

Unknown
Used in
Unknown

Cinebench R20 (Single-Core)

It is the updated version of the Cinebench R15 benchmark. This version provides improved benchmark accuracy at testing of processors. Cinebench R20 is based on Cinema 4 Suite. It is the software used to create 3D forms. The benchmark runs for single-core test procedure without counting of hyperthreading ability.

Cinebench R20 (Multi-Core)

It is the new version of the benchmark which is developed on the basis of Cinebench R15 (both versions are operated on the basis of Cinema 4 - the most popular 3D modeling software). Cinebench R20 is used for multi-core processor performance benchmark tests and hyperthreading ability.

Cinebench R15 (Single-Core)

It is the updated version of Cinebench 11.5. As all new versions, the updated benchmark is based on Cinema 4 Suite software. The latter is used for creation of 3D models and forms. Cinebench R15 is used for single-core processor performance benchmark test. The hyperthreading ability doesn't count.

Geekbench 5, 64bit (Single-Core)

Geekbench 5 benchmark is the newest software suit. It allows to account for the effect of memory performance on processor performance. Completely new algorithms provide the quite accurate benchmark testing results of the single-core CPU.

Geekbench 5, 64bit (Multi-Core)

Geekbench 5 software suite shows benchmark testing results of the memory performance and speed of the multi-core processor. The higher the GeekBench score, the better processor. Here the hyperthreading ability is counted.