Raspberry Pi 5 Benchmarks: Significantly Better Performance, Improved I/O

Written by Michael Larabel in Computers on 28 September 2023 at 02:00 AM EDT.
TSCP benchmark with settings of AI Chess Performance. Raspberry Pi 5 was the fastest.
GraphicsMagick benchmark with settings of Operation: Swirl. Raspberry Pi 5 was the fastest.
GraphicsMagick benchmark with settings of Operation: Rotate. Orange Pi 5 was the fastest.
GraphicsMagick benchmark with settings of Operation: Noise-Gaussian. Orange Pi 5 was the fastest.
AOM AV1 benchmark with settings of Encoder Mode: Speed 8 Realtime, Input: Bosphorus 4K. Raspberry Pi 5 was the fastest.
AOM AV1 benchmark with settings of Encoder Mode: Speed 10 Realtime, Input: Bosphorus 4K. Raspberry Pi 5 was the fastest.
AOM AV1 benchmark with settings of Encoder Mode: Speed 8 Realtime, Input: Bosphorus 1080p. Orange Pi 5 was the fastest.
VP9 libvpx Encoding benchmark with settings of Speed: Speed 5, Input: Bosphorus 4K. Orange Pi 5 was the fastest.

It's a night and day difference from the Raspberry Pi 4 to Raspberry Pi 5 across the plethora of benchmarks I've carried out the past few days.

Coremark benchmark with settings of CoreMark Size 666, Iterations Per Second. Orange Pi 5 was the fastest.
Himeno Benchmark benchmark with settings of Poisson Pressure Solver. Orange Pi 5 was the fastest.
Timed FFmpeg Compilation benchmark with settings of Time To Compile. Orange Pi 5 was the fastest.
Timed MPlayer Compilation benchmark with settings of Time To Compile. Orange Pi 5 was the fastest.

With an active cooler, the Raspberry Pi 5 has much more potential than prior Raspberry Pi devices where much computing power is needed and should open up the platform to new edge and AI use-cases.


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