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Windows 11 and AMD CPU finally agree: Better performance with newer connections

Windows 11 and AMD CPU finally agree: Better performance with newer connections

Shortly after the launch of Windows 11, AMD and Microsoft They had warned Users if any Two different problems It was severely affected Performance Raison microprocessors. The Link Promises by October They have finally arrived, Restoring the correct behavior of CPUs even in the new operating system.

If you have an AMD operating system, proceed Windows Update And download the overall update KB5006746 This brings the system to generate 22000.282. This correction Fix one of the two errors, Something related L3 cache. The two companies found one to exist The L3 cache delay is tripled to normal. “Expect a performance impact of 3-5% on infected apps, 10-15% possible on commonly used sports games,” AMD wrote.

The The second error Rather it involved Tea thread planning, No longer capable of UEFI CPPC2 (“Optional Core”) functionality Prioritize the use of a faster processor hub.

“Applications that sense the performance of one or more CPU threads may exhibit reduced performance,” AMD wrote. In particular, the performance impact is “most noticeable with processors with 8 or more cores and DTPs above 65W”.

Windows update is not currently available for this issue, however You can solve this by downloading drivers for your chipset In version 3.10.08.506From the AMD website.

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