The first Windows 11 users equipped with an AMD PC had the unpleasant surprise of encountering two … very technical bugs. The situation should be resolved sometime in October, in the meantime it has gotten worse due to this week’s Tuesday patch update.
The first Windows 11 users equipped with an AMD PC had some disappointments … this led AMD to advise against installing the system. Microsoft and AMD are actively working to make fixes… unfortunately the first update for Windows 11 has made the situation worse.
Indeed, PCs with AMD Ryzen processors can have performance issues due to two main bugs. If you have an AMD PC, you may see an increase in the “measured and functional” latency of the L3 cache, which is very penalizing in some games with a drop in performance of up to 15%, as well as poor management of the L3 cache. ‘UEFI CPPC2.
the Tuesday patch made the situation worse
According to TechPowerUp media, the first update Tuesday patch Windows 11, which was released on Wednesday, October 13, made the situation worse. Testing was performed on a system equipped with a Ryzen 7 2700X processor. This latency, typically measured at 10ns on Windows 10, was 17ns when Windows 11 was first installed and then 31.9ns after the first system update.
These issues should be resolved during the month of October. The fix would be available next Tuesday. In the meantime, take your trouble patiently … or reinstall Windows 10.
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