AMD CPU owners will not be satisfied with the latest update of Windows 11

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AMD chips have problems on Windows 11, and the latest operating system updates have made the problem worse.

AMD and Microsoft previously revealed that Windows 11 caused AMD Ryzen CPU performance degradation for certain applications, and in extreme cases, performance degradation was as high as 15%.

Microsoft revealed that it is developing a software update to solve these problems, but it seems that the first Windows 11 update since its release made the problem worse.

TechPowerUp reports that the delay is now higher. According to reports, the Ryzen 7 2700X chip increased from 10ns to 17ns when Windows 11 was first introduced. However, the latest Windows 11 patch (released on October 12) made this problem worse, with the reported delay soaring to 31.9ns.

Latency is measured in milliseconds and measures the time it takes for data to be transmitted between the source and target, so lower latency means faster transmission. If your system uses a Ryzen processor, seeing this increase in latency may result in a significant performance degradation.

Some rumors on Reddit suggest that the L3 cache problem will be resolved on October 19. However, the core patch needs to be resolved by the AMD driver, which may be released at the end of this month.

It seems that specific problems have been found on Ryzen processors, and the current recommendation is that anyone with an AMD Ryzen processor should try to postpone the Windows 11 update until all errors are resolved. So far, Intel processors appear to be unaffected, but we will pay close attention to these developments just in case.

If you don’t use AMD processors and want to test Windows 11, you can check how to download the latest operating system. Please note that patches and fixes are still emerging because Windows 11 is still in its infancy.



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