微软将在将在10月19日的Windows Update通道释放L3缓存问题补丁，解决AMD Zen+二代锐龙 cpu安装win11系统性能损失3~15%的问题
The performance of AMD Ryzen platform deteriorated significantly after it was upgraded to Win11: Microsoft completed the repair within this month. On the 5th of this month, the first official version of Windows 11, Build 22000.194, was pushed online.
However, AMD soon stated that it found that some Ryzen platforms had compatibility problems with Win11, mainly related to L3 cache delay and process scheduling. The former will affect applications sensitive to the cache and memory subsystem, and the performance may be lost by 3-5%. Some e-sports online games may be as high as 10-15%.
Although the actual test shows that the difference between the real game play is not so huge, it is a “heart disease” that lingers on some users after all.
The latest news stated that the above-mentioned problem has been resolved. Among them, the L3 cache problem patch will be released in the Windows Update channel on October 19th, and for the UEFI CPPC problem, AMD will release the driver power patch from October 21st.
The so-called CPPC is mainly used to turn on the processor performance autonomous mode. It is relatively large for notebook product users and can ensure that high-load tasks are scheduled to be executed by the gold standard core when the power is connected.
In addition, the main affected are Zen+ and later Ryzen, that is, the second-generation Ryzen and newer.
AMD Ryzen platform performance deteriorated significantly after it was upgraded to Win11: Microsoft completed the repair within this month
AMD锐龙平台升Win11后性能大幅劣化：微软本月内完成修复 本月5日，Windows 11首个正式版Build 22000.194推送上线。