Windows 11 is said to lower Ryzen performance – fix on the way

Chipptillverkaren AMD announces now that if Windows 11 runs on the company’s hardware, it can slow down the performance of some applications, reports Zdnet. This all applies to AMD processors such as the Epyc and Ryzen series.

“Expected performance impact is 3-5 percent for affected applications, 10-15 percent for some individual applications, mainly games used in e-sports,” writes AMD.

The company also notes that measured and functional L3 cache latency can increase by a factor of three.

AMD writes that Microsoft is working on a solution in the form of a Windows update that will be released this month.

Also read: Does Windows 11 ruin game performance? We are testing the claim



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