A few days ago, it was reported that systems with consulting processors were having problems installing Windows 11. AMD, however, recently confirmed the news and announced that it is looking for a solution for it and will release it this month.
Windows 11 is the latest version of the Windows operating system that has just been released by Microsoft. This operating system has a lot of appearance and software capabilities and in many ways is different from the previous Windows. But the problem is that not every system with all the specifications can support it, and in addition to the hardware specifications, it must have a number of other features to properly use Windows 11.
But a problem that many recently From what users have encountered, the processor is slowing down. This means that in fact, they have passed the stage of support or non-support and have reached a point where the CPU slows down in running a series of special applications, despite the correct and smooth running of Windows. AMD said in a statement that the main reason for this was a significant increase in third-level cache latency, and said the increase was so large that CPU performance might drop by as much as 15 percent when running some games.
Running applications that struggle with the same problem, the CPU performance eventually decreases by 3 to 5 percent, but in games, especially eSport games, this performance decline is more noticeable. This problem, however, is due to the preferred core feature, which allows the system to use the fastest single-core available to get things done, which seems to be a problem with Windows 11 installation.
AMD Related to this second problem He did not say anything specific, but said that he was fully aware of the problem with Raizen processors after installing Windows 11. According to the company, the problem manifests itself in processors with more than 8 hardware cores and 65 watts of power, which includes many consulting processors. Of course, processors like the Raizen 5 3600X and the Raizen 5 5600X had the fewest problem reports. Also, laptops running Raizen processors have not had any issues with Windows 11. So far, however, we have seen in a statement from AMD that the company is confident that it is working with Microsoft on this issue to find a solution. Send software updates to users. It seems that the first package containing the problem-solving solution will be available to users as a Windows update, while the second package will be released as a software update in the same month. This means that to receive the second update, you must check the AMD website for the update or download and install it manually.