Nothing is perfect for AMD processors, It is already suffering under Windows 11 due to performance decline Up to 15% in games.
According to TechPowerUp, the first overall upgrade (KB50006674) increases the L3 cache delay of their Ryzen 7 2700X. Normally in 10 ns under Windows 10, it dropped to 17 ns when switching to Windows 11.
AMD quickly acted on social networks by making sure a link was used on October 21st to fix what appears to be a “custom cores” error (UEFI-CPPC2). The L3 cache bug will be fixed with the overall update, which is scheduled for release on October 19 via the Windows update.
The timing is particularly unfavorable for AMD, as the release of the 12th generation Intel Alder lag core processors will take place in early November. Intel and Microsoft have been working hard to ensure that Windows 11 fully supports Intel’s new architecture.
This ensures sleepless nights for testers to compare AMD and Intel processors as objectively as possible.
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