AMD Ryzen accused of Windows 11 memory performance problems, 7 games tested and Windows 10 are not much different

It’s been a week since the official version of Microsoft’s Windows 11 system was launched. Some people have already upgraded, but most players are still waiting and watching. They are mainly worried that Windows 11 is not stable enough, especially the bug that AMD Ryzen processor game performance plummeted by 15%. According to previous reports, AMD and Microsoft officially announced two compatibility issues with AMD processors in the Windows 11 system, which will cause performance to drop to varying degrees.

These two issues are related to L3 cache latency and process scheduling. The former will affect applications sensitive to the cache and memory subsystem, and the performance or loss of 3-5% may be as high as 10-15% in some online games. Up to 15% performance loss? After the news came out, many AMD Ryzen users were worried that the game performance would drop significantly after upgrading to Windows 11. However, some users on Youtube have compared the game performance of Windows 10 and Windows 11.

The platforms he uses are Ryzen 9 5950X and RTX 3090 graphics cards, both of which are currently the most high-end hardware. They compared 7 popular games such as Far Cry 6, PUBG, Cyberpunk 2077 and Red Dead Redemption 2.

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For details, please refer to the original video. Simply put the result-that is, AMD Ryzen processor users can rest assured that the incompatibility of Windows 11 does not have much actual impact on game performance. Among the 7 games, Windows 11 and Windows The gap of 11 is within 1-5%, but in general, Windows 10 is better, but it cannot be proved that Windows 11 is lagging behind because of these two bugs.

In short, Ryzen processor users do not have to struggle with these two compatibility issues, and the gaming experience will not be much different. In addition, AMD has also made it clear that it will push patches within this month to solve the compatibility issues.

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