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With the latest Windows 11 update, Microsoft addresses the performance issue with AMD CPUs.


Microsoft has released a new update for Windows 11 that addresses some AMD CPU performance concerns.
When using Windows 11 on PCs with certain AMD processors, some users reported performance decrease. AMD and Microsoft both confirmed this. The first flaw affected the L3 cache, causing a threefold increase in latency. The second flaw is with the “preferred core” capability, which allows a system to use the processor’s fastest individual CPU cores.

AMD’s latest chipset driver, version, is designed to “completely” restore UEFI CPPC2 capability in Windows 11 build 22000.189 or later. The company provided installation instructions for the new driver.
“AMD has validated that the behavior of UEFI CPPC2 (‘preferred core’) on compatible AMD processors is behaving as intended,” the company stated.
“AMD and Microsoft advise users to install this update on impacted computers as soon as possible.”
Microsoft has corrected several flaws affecting the overall experience of Windows 11 in addition to a dedicated update for Ryzen processors.

This new update also contains a slew of bug improvements, including issues with the Start menu not opening after an OS upgrade and input delays with certain Bluetooth mice and keyboards.
On eligible Windows 10 PCs and new PCs pre-installed with Windows 11, Windows 11 is now available as a free update.
Windows 11 offers compelling new experiences, according to the company, whether users are working on a school assignment, collaborating on a business presentation, developing a new app, or coming up with their next great idea.

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