Comparing technical specs and benchmarks

AMD Ryzen Embedded R1606G
VS
Intel Pentium 3556U

AMD Ryzen Embedded R1606G 14 nm - 2.60 GHz DDR4-2400 

Intel Pentium 3556U 22 nm - 1.70 GHz DDR3L-1333 SO-DIMM DDR3L-1600 SO-DIMM LPDDR3-1333 LPDDR3-1600 

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AMD Ryzen Embedded R1606G vs. Intel Pentium 3556U
CPU Cores and Base Frequency

In comparison between AMD Ryzen Embedded R1606G and Intel Pentium 3556U, you should choose the model which has more cores and threads with base and turbo frequencies. All the features influence the system’s high-speed performance.

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CPU Cores / Threads
2 / 2
normal
Core architecture
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0x
A core
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0x
B core
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Yes
Hyperthreading
No
No
Overclocking
No
2.60 GHz
Frequency
1.70 GHz
3.50 GHz
Turbo Frequency (1 Core)
No turbo
3.00 GHz
Turbo Frequency (2 Cores)
No turbo

AMD Ryzen Embedded R1606G vs. Intel Pentium 3556U
CPU generation and family

2
CPU Cores
2
8
Generation
7.5

AMD Ryzen Embedded R1606G vs. Intel Pentium 3556U
Internal Graphics

Some manufacturers build a graphic core in many CPUs being an additional advantage. If you use a video card which is separated from a CPU, we recommend you skip this comparison as there is no need to compare AMD Ryzen Embedded R1606G to Intel Pentium 3556U across a built-in video card.

AMD Radeon Vega 3 Graphics
GPU name
Intel HD Graphics (Haswell GT1)
1.20 GHz
GPU frequency
0.20 GHz
No turbo
GPU (Turbo)
1.00 GHz
3
Execution units
10
192
Shader
80
3
Max. displays
3
8
Generation
7.5
12
Direct X
11.1
14 nm
Technology
22 nm
Q1/2018
Release date
Q4/2012

AMD Ryzen Embedded R1606G vs. Intel Pentium 3556U
Hardware codec support

Pay attention to support of different technological options by CPUs. The general performance is not influenced. In the interest of time, you can skip this section.

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

AMD Ryzen Embedded R1606G vs. Intel Pentium 3556U
Memory & PCIe

Modern CPUs support memory which operates in a multi-channel regime that provides high-speed data exchange and improves productivity. The higher the ram’s clock frequency, its standard (for example, DDR3, DDR4, DDR5) and maximum space in a system are, the better it is.

3.0
PCIe version
2
8
PCIe lanes
10
DDR4-2400
Memory type
DDR3L-1333 SO-DIMM DDR3L-1600 SO-DIMM LPDDR3-1333 LPDDR3-1600
32 GB
Max. Memory
16 GB
2
Memory channels
2
Yes
ECC
No
Yes
AES-NI
No

AMD Ryzen Embedded R1606G vs. Intel Pentium 3556U
Thermal Management

High-performance and powerful CPUs require the essence of a good power supply. Here you learn how much TDP AMD Ryzen Embedded R1606G and Intel Pentium 3556U have. We recommend paying attention to the model which has lower TDP.

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TDP
15 W
15 W
TDP (PL1)
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TDP (PL2)
no data
25 W
TDP up
--
12 W
TDP down
--
105 °C
Tjunction max.
100 °C

AMD Ryzen Embedded R1606G vs. Intel Pentium 3556U
Technical details

Here is the main information which can define the best CPU comparing technical specifications. Thus, the higher cash L2 and L3, the better it is. The lower the technological process of CPU production, the better it is. Another important factor is a production year that directly influences the manufacturer’s support terms and the opportunity of a system modernization at minimal cost in the future.

x86-64 (64 bit)
Instruction set (ISA)
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L2-Cache
no data
4.00 MB
L3-Cache
2.00 MB
Raven 2 (Zen+)
Architecture
Haswell
14 nm
Technology
22 nm
AMD-V, SEV
Virtualization
VT-x, VT-x EPT
FP5
Socket
BGA 1168
Q2/2019
Release date
Q3/2013

AMD Ryzen Embedded R1606G vs. Intel Pentium 3556U
Devices using this processor

In completing the comparison between AMD Ryzen Embedded R1606G and Intel Pentium 3556U, you can learn in which computer systems these models are used.

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Used in
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Cinebench R15 (Single-Core)

Cinebench R15 is Maxon’s actual benchmark for older processors versions that test the processor’s performance without hyperthreading in single-core mode.

Cinebench R15 (Multi-Core)

Cinebench R15 benchmark reflects the efficiency of your processor operation in assessment mode. It works on Cinema 4 Suite software complex of the earlier version. Hyperthreading is not included.

iGPU - FP32 Performance (Single-precision GFLOPS)

A benchmark is designed to determine graphics cards’ performance and speed, built into their central processor. It works in iGPU mode, FP32 Performance. The higher the rate is, the better it is.

Geekbench 5, 64bit (Single-Core)

A new approach to testing processor performance opens up the GeekBench 5 benchmark! A detailed under-load system analysis gives an accurate assessment of the quality. The higher the estimation is, the faster and more efficient the processor is. It is a version for testing a single core.

Geekbench 5, 64bit (Multi-Core)

A modern version of the GeekBench 5 benchmark reveals all opportunities and potential of your processor. As a result of testing, you can understand to what extent a processor is fast and efficient in operation with graphic apps or games.

Geekbench 3, 64bit (Single-Core)

To define how efficient and powerful a processor is among several models or in comparison with another, we recommend paying attention to Geekbench 3 benchmark, which tests the single-core processor performance.

Geekbench 3, 64bit (Multi-Core)

To reveal the whole potential of the equipment, the Geekbench 3 benchmark uses all cores for 64bit models in a specialised software complex that imitates modelling various 3D scenarios. The higher estimation is, the better the performance is.