Raspberry Pi 5 Unveiled: A Game-Changing Leap in Performance and Custom Silicon Marks a New Era
Raspberry Pi's Latest Iteration, the Pi 5, Offers Tremendous CPU and GPU Upgrades, Custom-Built Silicon, and 4K HDR Display Power.
After a four-year wait since the debut of the Raspberry Pi 4, enthusiasts and tech aficionados have reason to celebrate once more. The curtain has risen on the Raspberry Pi 5, a milestone release that marks the brand’s inaugural foray into custom-built silicon. This full-size computer not only breaks new ground but also ushers in a level of performance previously unseen in the Raspberry Pi lineup.
At the heart of the Raspberry Pi 5 lies a processor of immense capability. Boasting a 2.4GHz quad-core 64-bit Arm Cortex-A76 CPU, fortified with cryptography extensions, 512KB per-core L2 caches, and a 2MB shared L3 cache, this silicon powerhouse delivers double, if not triple, the CPU performance of its predecessor, the Raspberry Pi 4. Accompanying this formidable CPU is an 800MHz VideoCore VII GPU, endowing the Raspberry Pi 5 with enhanced graphics prowess.