Windows 11 is officially released, but if you have an AMD Ryzen processor, you may want to hold off the update a bit: Company Reports Its chips have issues with the new operating system that can lead to a performance drop of up to 15 percent in some cases.
AMD and Microsoft found two major problems with Windows 11 in Ryzen. The first is that Windows 11 could cause the L3 cache to triple. AMD says the issue can result in 3-5 percent very poor performance in most affected applications, while some games (AMD specifically calls those “commonly used in esports”) could see performance drop by as much as 3 percent. 10-15 percent.
Windows 11 also has issues with AMD ‘core preferred’ technologyWhich is usually intended to move the wires to the fastest core in the processor. AMD warns that users may experience performance issues with CPU-intensive tasks, especially processors with more than eight cores of around 65W TDP.
AMD and Microsoft confirmed that they are “actively looking into these known issues to resolve through software updates.” Both companies pledge that a Windows Update and a software update are planned for later this month to try to resolve these issues. But in the meantime, you may want to keep using Windows 10 until AMD and Microsoft get along.
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