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Intel Core i5-12490F vs AMD Ryzen 5 6600HS gaming benchmark

Intel Core i5-12490F vs AMD Ryzen 5 6600HS

Processor comparisons   12-01-2022
   Let's say you are thinking about choosing a processor, you will be able to make a decision after reading the detailed tests Intel Core i5-12490F vs AMD Ryzen 5 6600HS and see which is better for games or normal use for video editing, programming, rendering, streaming, machine learning. Here you can find useful information from various benchmarks or real video editing and streaming tests. A thorough analysis of all the specifications, to make it easier to read, is summarized in the table.
   From the video comparison, you can get the results of joint testing in special testing software like Geekbench 5.2, RealBench, Handbrake, PassMark, Dolphin Emulator, Blender, Cinebench 23 (20, 15), PCMark 10, Furmark, VeraCrypt, 7zip, Gears 5, 3DMark, WPrime, World of Tanks enCore Benchmark, UserBenchmark, AIDA64, Blender, Prime95, SuperPi, DaVinci Resolve Studio, MATLAB.
   Gaming performance of CPUs in:
  • Last Man Standing
  • Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare
  • Valorant
  • Watch Dogs Legion
  • Borderlands 3
  • Halo Infinite
  • DOOM: Eternal
  • Red Dead Redemption 2
  • Rainbow Six Siege
  • Apex Legends
  • Overwatch
  • World of Warcraft: Shadowlands
  • Death Stranding
  • Cyberpunk 2077
  • Grand Theft Auto V
  • Valheim
  • Fortnite
  • Fallout 76
  • Assassin's Creed Valhalla

   After looking at the data these benchmarks and videos, you can already make an briefed decision about which CPU is better to buy for gaming AMD Ryzen 5 6600HS or Intel Core i5-12490F.


 
Intel Core i5-12490F
AMD Ryzen 5 6600HS

Summary benchmark results

As a percentage of the maximum value based on a sample from the entire base of all processors
Processor Benchmark
Core i5-12490F62% Ryzen 5 6600HS61%
This shows the performance of the processors in single-threaded and multi-threaded mode. In this comparison, Core i5-12490F is 1% better than Ryzen 5 6600HS. The data source is several popular tests. More detailed information of the benchmarks is below.

Gaming performance
Summary result of all game benchmarks.
Core i5-12490F58% Ryzen 5 6600HS57%
The maximum result in this parameter is 100 percent, which is the performance of the most powerful processor at the moment. And of course, this is a server processor, on which no one will run games. Because this processor costs several tens of thousands of dollars. And if it seems to you that the selected CPU has a small game result, look at the FPS that it produces in real games in the final table below.
List of other games in which processors were compared: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Forza Horizon 4, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, Metro Exodus, NBA 2K20, League of Legends (LOL), DOTA 2A, Monster Hunter World, Horizon Zero Dawn, Microsoft Flight Simulator, Ghostrunner, Hitman 3, Resident Evil 7 Biohazard, Control, Battlefield V, Half-Life: Alyx, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS GO).

Gaming benchmark

Fortnite102.3100.6
Valorant116.3114.3
Cyberpunk 207765.164.0
Apex Legends109.3107.4
Call of Duty Warzone87.285.7
Overwatch94.292.6
Red Dead Redemption 280.278.9
DOOM Eternal58.157.1
Warzone90.789.1
Assassin's Creed97.796.0
Valheim96.594.9
The numbers in this table indicate the maximum FPS that was received on the device with the corresponding processor. Depending on the configuration of the computer (RAM size and Video Card) and graphics quality settings (Ultra, Medium, Normal), the results may differ quite significantly. We recommend that you better study the results of the Cinebench, GeekBench and Passmark becnmarks.
The computers participating in the comparing not only were the equipped with different video cards and different amounts of RAM. But users also tested them at different screen resolutions: 2K, 4K or FullHD. So the game benchmark data is approximate. But all video cards met the average system requirements of games. To be sure exactly how much performance the processor will be in games, if you get acquainted with the benchmarks that are made with the same video card that is installed in your computer.


Power consumption
Core i5-12490F99% Ryzen 5 6600HS139%
To make a final resolution on which processor is better, you should also consider the generation of its core. The newer the processor generation, the better its performance in games and benchmarks, as well as its energy efficiency. In this case the Ryzen 5 6600HS is more energy efficient than the Core i5-12490F since it has less power consumption: 65W vs. 35W. Power consumption is especially important for laptops. Also, when choosing a processor cooling system, you need to know its TDP. It is necessary to calculate so that the TDP data specified in the cooler specification is greater than the TDP of the compared processor.

Software benchmarks

If you plan to use the processor not only for gaming, but also for programming, video rendering or video editing, machine learning, streaming, then first of all you need to pay attention to the performance in multi-threaded mode. In this mode, to achieve maximum efficiency, the processor uses all threads and cores that it has. You will find out this data from the benchmark tables below. Before you take into account the data from these tests, be sure to make sure that the program that you are going to use on your computer can work in multi-threaded mode. Because there are still many programs that use only one core to run, and all the benefit of multi-core mode are unused.
Cinebench 23, 20 an 15
The results of this benchmark show Single-threaded and Multi-threaded CPU performance
Intel Core i5-12490F AMD Ryzen 5 6600HS
Cinbench 15 Single-core351228
Cinbench 15 Multi-core26022261
Cinbench 20 Single-core849540
Cinbench 20 Multi-core59184963
Cinbench 23 Single-core19931405
Cinbench 23 Multi-core1952212636

Passmark
This popular benchmark displays Multi-threaded and Single-threaded processor performance
Intel Core i5-12490F AMD Ryzen 5 6600HS
Single-Core46803016
Multi-Core2733424991

GeekBench 5.2
This benchmark shows Multi-threaded and Single-threaded processor performance
Intel Core i5-12490F AMD Ryzen 5 6600HS
Single-Core19381464
Multi-Core92618133

Comparison of specifications

In the specification comparison table, the most helpful will be the release date of the processor and the possibility of overclocking it. The newer the processor, the longer it will last you. And the easier it will be to upgrade the system in the future. The same benefits from the presence of overclocking. When the processor can be overclocked, thereby increasing its performance, then it will continue to maintain maximum FPS in the newest games. It turns out that there is no longer a need to buy a new CPU to enjoy the games any longer. The savings are obvious!

Intel Core i5-12490F AMD Ryzen 5 6600HS
Announcement dateJanuary 07, 2022January 09, 2022
TypeDesktopLaptop
SocketFCLGA1700FP7
Core nameAlder LakeRembrandt
Architecturex86Zen 3+
Generation126
Turbo Frequency4.6 MHz4.5 MHz
Frequency3 MHz3.3 MHz
Cores66
Threads1212
Bus rate8 GT/s
Bit6464
Lithography7 nm6 nm
Transistors count10200 millions10200 millions
Power consumption (TDP)65 W35 W
Memory typeUp to DDR5 4800 MT/s Up to DDR4 3200 MT/sDDR5
Max. Memory128 Gb
Memory Frequency3200
Memory bandwidth76.8 GB/s
L1 cache384KB
L2 cache7.5 МБ3MB
L3 cache20 MB16MB
OverclockingNoNo
Supports ECCNoNo
Part numberFP7:100-000000546 FP7r2:100-000000562
In this comparison block, you should pay attention to the differences in clock speed and the number of cores. Here Ryzen 5 6600HS is 9% better than Core i5-12490F in terms of CPU frequency. Also keep in mind that high CPU frequency affects battery life through power consumption (relevant for laptops).

Result:
The number of parameters for which Intel Core i5-12490F is better: 28
The number of parameters for which AMD Ryzen 5 6600HS is better: 6
   Although it should be realized that all the data in the text above do not mean that taking them into account you should completely trust a simple comparison of these figures. Be sure to watch benchmarks video and read the reviews of real owners of Intel Core i5-12490F and AMD Ryzen 5 6600HS before making a choice which of the CPUs to buy for gaming.
•  Cinebench r15 score
•  Cinebench r20 score
•  Cinebench r23 score
•  GeekBench 5 score


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