AMD A10 vs Intel i5 5th Gen

AMD A10 vs Intel i5 5th Gen – AMD A10-5750M and Intel Core i5-5200U processors are compared for all known features in the following categories: Key components include: compatibility, peripherals, security and dependability, advanced technologies, virtualization, performance, memory, graphics, graphics interfaces, graphics picture quality, and graphics API support. An examination of benchmark processor performance: PassMark: CPU mark, Single thread mark, Geekbench 4: single core, Geekbench 4: multi-core, Ocean Surface Simulation (Frames/s) using CompuBench 1.5 Desktop Video Composition (Frames/s) on CompuBench 1.5 Desktop, Bitcoin Mining (mHash/s) on CompuBench 1.5 Desktop Car Chase Offscreen (Frames), Manhattan (Frames), T-Rex (Frames), GFXBench 4.0 – Car Chase Offscreen (Fps), Manhattan (Fps), GFXBench 4.0 – T-Rex (Fps), CompuBench 1.5 Desktop – Face Detection (mPixels/s), T-Rex (frames/second) in CompuBench 1.5 Desktop.

Key Differences :

Reasons to consider the Intel Core i5-5200U

  • CPU is newer: launch date 1 year(s) 9 month(s) later
  • A newer manufacturing process allows for a more powerful, yet cooler running processor: 14 nm vs 32 nm
  • 2.3x lower typical power consumption: 15 Watt vs 35 Watt
  • Around 31% better performance in PassMark – Single thread mark: 1498 vs 1141
  • Around 25% better performance in PassMark – CPU mark: 2499 vs 2002
  • Around 43% better performance in Geekbench 4 – Single Core: 580 vs 405
  • Around 17% better performance in Geekbench 4 – Multi-Core: 1237 vs 1054
  • 3.6x better performance in CompuBench 1.5 Desktop – Ocean Surface Simulation (Frames/s): 27.104 vs 7.451
  • 8.1x better performance in CompuBench 1.5 Desktop – Bitcoin Mining (mHash/s): 15.475 vs 1.908
  • Around 84% better performance in GFXBench 4.0 – Car Chase Offscreen (Frames): 1071 vs 583
  • Around 84% better performance in GFXBench 4.0 – Car Chase Offscreen (Fps): 1071 vs 583

AMD A10 vs Intel i5 5th Gen

Launch date5 January 2015 vs 12 March 2013
Manufacturing process technology14 nm vs 32 nm
Thermal Design Power (TDP)15 Watt vs 35 Watt
Benchmarks
PassMark – Single thread mark1498 vs 1141
PassMark – CPU mark2499 vs 2002
Geekbench 4 – Single Core580 vs 405
Geekbench 4 – Multi-Core1237 vs 1054
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop – Ocean Surface Simulation (Frames/s)27.104 vs 7.451
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop – Bitcoin Mining (mHash/s)15.475 vs 1.908
GFXBench 4.0 – Car Chase Offscreen (Frames)1071 vs 583
GFXBench 4.0 – Car Chase Offscreen (Fps)1071 vs 583

Reasons to consider the AMD A10-5750M

  • 2 more cores, run more applications at once: 4 vs 2
  • Around 30% higher clock speed: 3.5 GHz vs 2.70 GHz
  • 4x more L1 cache, more data can be stored in the L1 cache for quick access later
  • 8x more L2 cache, more data can be stored in the L2 cache for quick access later
  • 7.5x better performance in CompuBench 1.5 Desktop – Video Composition (Frames/s): 11.627 vs 1.544
  • Around 18% better performance in GFXBench 4.0 – Manhattan (Frames): 2277 vs 1936
  • 2.4x better performance in GFXBench 4.0 – T-Rex (Frames): 7416 vs 3073
  • Around 18% better performance in GFXBench 4.0 – Manhattan (Fps): 2277 vs 1936
  • 2.4x better performance in GFXBench 4.0 – T-Rex (Fps): 7416 vs 3073
Specifications (specs)
Number of cores4 vs 2
Maximum frequency3.5 GHz vs 2.70 GHz
L1 cache128 KB (per core) vs 128 KB
L2 cache4096 KB vs 512 KB
Benchmarks
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop – Video Composition (Frames/s)11.627 vs 1.544
GFXBench 4.0 – Manhattan (Frames)2277 vs 1936
GFXBench 4.0 – T-Rex (Frames)7416 vs 3073
GFXBench 4.0 – Manhattan (Fps)2277 vs 1936
GFXBench 4.0 – T-Rex (Fps)7416 vs 3073

Benchmarks

NameIntel Core i5-5200UAMD A10-5750M
PassMark – Single thread mark14981141
PassMark – CPU mark24992002
Geekbench 4 – Single Core580405
Geekbench 4 – Multi-Core12371054
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop – Ocean Surface Simulation (Frames/s)27.1047.451
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop – Video Composition (Frames/s)1.54411.627
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop – Bitcoin Mining (mHash/s)15.4751.908
GFXBench 4.0 – Car Chase Offscreen (Frames)1071583
GFXBench 4.0 – Manhattan (Frames)19362277
GFXBench 4.0 – T-Rex (Frames)30737416
GFXBench 4.0 – Car Chase Offscreen (Fps)1071583
GFXBench 4.0 – Manhattan (Fps)19362277
GFXBench 4.0 – T-Rex (Fps)30737416
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop – Face Detection (mPixels/s)3.441
CompuBench 1.5 Desktop – T-Rex (Frames/s)0.148

Specifications

Essentials
Architecture codenameBroadwellRichland
Launch date5 January 201512 March 2013
Launch price (MSRP)$281
Place in performance rating17831508
Processor Numberi5-5200U
Series5th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 ProcessorsAMD A-Series
StatusLaunched
Vertical segmentMobileLaptop
Performance
64 bit support
Base frequency2.20 GHz
Bus Speed5 GT/s DMI2
Die size82 mm246 mm
L1 cache128 KB128 KB (per core)
L2 cache512 KB4096 KB
L3 cache3 MB
Manufacturing process technology14 nm32 nm
Maximum case temperature (TCase)105 °C71 °C
Maximum core temperature105°C
Maximum frequency2.70 GHz3.5 GHz
Number of cores24
Number of threads44
Transistor count1300 Million1178 million
Memory
Max memory channels2
Maximum memory bandwidth25.6 GB/s
Maximum memory size16 GB
Supported memory typesDDR3L 1333/1600, LPDDR3 1333/1600DDR3
Graphics
Device ID0x1616
Graphics base frequency300 MHz
Graphics max dynamic frequency900 MHz
Graphics max frequency900 MHz
Intel® Clear Video HD technology
Intel® Clear Video technology
Intel® Flexible Display Interface (Intel® FDI)
Intel® InTru™ 3D technology
Intel® Quick Sync Video
Max video memory16 GB
Processor graphicsIntel® HD Graphics 5500
Graphics interfaces
DisplayPort
eDP
HDMI
Number of displays supported3
Wireless Display (WiDi) support
Graphics image quality
Max resolution over DisplayPort3840×2160@60Hz
Max resolution over HDMI 1.42560X1600@60Hz
Graphics API support
DirectX11.2/12
OpenGL4.3
Compatibility
Configurable TDP-down7.5 W
Configurable TDP-down Frequency600 MHz
Low Halogen Options Available
Max number of CPUs in a configuration11
Package Size40mm x 24mm x 1.3mm
Sockets supportedFCBGA1168FS1r2
Thermal Design Power (TDP)15 Watt35 Watt
Peripherals
Max number of PCIe lanes12
PCI Express revision2.0
PCIe configurations4×1, 2×4
Security & Reliability
Execute Disable Bit (EDB)
Intel® Identity Protection technology
Intel® OS Guard
Intel® Secure Key technology
Advanced Technologies
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® technology
Flexible Display interface (FDI)
Idle States
Instruction set extensionsIntel® SSE4.1, Intel® SSE4.2, Intel® AVX2
Intel 64
Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX)
Intel® AES New Instructions
Intel® Fast Memory Access
Intel® Flex Memory Access
Intel® Hyper-Threading technology
Intel® Smart Response technology
Intel® Turbo Boost technology
Thermal Monitoring
Fused Multiply-Add (FMA)
Virtualization
AMD Virtualization (AMD-V™)
Intel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x)
Intel® Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d)
Intel® VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT)

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