Performance may be affected by 3 to 5%, and extreme abnormalities may even be as high as 10 to 15%.
Microsoft officially launched Windows 11 at the beginning of this month. However, this new generation of operating system with AMD Ryzen processor and platform has problems such as increased L3 Cache latency and abnormal UEFI CPPC2 optimal core functions. Both Microsoft and AMD immediately started to make corrections and are expected to provide effective solutions within this month. The latest news points out that the time points are on the 19th and 21st, respectively.
These two known issues, the L3 Cache delay was resolved by Microsoft. It is reported that the patch released on the 12th seems to make the situation worse. Social media sources pointed out that Microsoft will release new revision files through Windows Update on the 19th, which may be able to effectively improve the impact of applications and games. As for AMD’s UEFI CPPC2 related driver revisions to improve processor performance and other issues, it is reported that the official release time is on the 21st.