Windows 11 performance measurement, multi-core is 10% worse than Windows 10

Microsoft is about to announce a new generation of Windows systems, but everyone now knows that this is Windows 11, and the UI interface has changed a lot. As for the performance of Windows 11, there are also actual test results, but we are a little disappointed. The multi-core performance of AMD/Intel has dropped by 10%.

The ISO installation file of Windows 11 has been leaked two days ago. The Hardware website compared the performance of Windows 11 and Windows 10. Two laptops were used, one is Dell XPS 13 9300, the processor is Core i7-1065G7, and the other is Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7. The processor is Ryzen 7 4800U.

The comparison items are common running scores, including Geekbench 5, PCMark10, Speedometer 2, Cinbench R23, 3DMark, etc. In different tests, the performance of Win11 is different. Most tests are similar to Win10. The performance of Speedometer web pages is much higher, but it may be related to the version of the browser.

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However, the performance of Win11 is also disappointing. In the R23 test, the multi-core performance is almost 10% lower than that of Win10. The single-core performance has not changed much. Considering that Win11 is still a beta version, it is estimated that it is not related to CPU scheduling optimization. Obviously, this industry is The focus of Microsoft’s future optimization.

On AMD and Intel platforms, there are also certain differences in performance. In PCMark10, the Intel platform fell by 3%, and the AMD platform fell by 7%. This also requires continued improvement in the future.

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