The big performance problem experienced by AMD Ryzen processors running under Windows 11 has increased a little more for now. But the complete resolution of the problem may not be too far away!
We have previously shared with you that AMD's Zen-based processors are experiencing performance problems in Windows 11. AMD had identified several issues, the first of which was Level 3 (L3) cache latency that would affect games and other lag-sensitive applications. The other issue was with the Collaborative Processor Performance Control (CPPC). The problem was that the fastest CPU core could not be programmed correctly when needed. While it is disappointing that the problem has appeared on AMD processors (Zen+ and newer) officially supported by Windows 11, both AMD and Microsoft have announced that a patch is working to fix this problem and that the patch will be released this month.
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This patch is yet to come, but the first Tuesday update for Windows 11 reportedly made the problem worse for Ryzen processors. In the tests conducted by TechPowerUp, it has been revealed that the performance problem of the Zen + based Ryzen 7 2700X has increased.
Fortunately, we won't have to wait too long for the actual update. We expect the patch to solve the Level 3 (L3) cache lag issue to be released on October 19th...