Microsoft and AMD posted the information on Ryzen processor performance issues on Windows 11, they are going to get a fix very soon.
Windows 11: Ryzen performance patch coming out next week
Last week, AMD confirmed that users of Windows 11 were reaching lower-than-normal performance levels due to memory management issues hidden L3 by the operating system, which increased latency. A problem was also discovered in the task scheduler and the ‘preferred core’ feature. All this affecting performance, especially in games.
It is estimated that both problems can cause a performance loss in games of up to 15% in the worst case.
Fortunately, we will not have to wait that long for the solution to these problems. AMD has confirmed an update will be available next week to address this issue.
Specifically, there will be two updates, one that would come out on October 19 to solve the problem of the hidden L3, and the other the 21 for the problem of CPPC (preferred nuclei).
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Processors Intel CoreFor their part, they don’t seem to have any performance issues on Windows 11 that has been officially released.
Windows 11 was officially released on October 5th bringing many novelties at the level of aesthetics and functions to improve the ‘quality of life’ of the users of the operating system. What’s more, W11 It is completely free for Windows 10 owners, which encourages users to meet the minimum requirements to migrate to Microsoft’s new system.
The update should be available at Windows Update for the next week, so it’s a good idea to have it turned on if you have a Ryzen CPU.