TechPowerUp reports that in Windows 10, the L3 latency of the Ryzen 7 2700X processor reaches 10 nanoseconds, but in Windows 11 the delay is 17 nanoseconds. But after installing the first Windows 11 update, the L3 cache experiences a delay of 31.9 nanoseconds, which is a big leap and makes the CPU problem worse.
It is said that updates related to this problem will be available in a few weeks. According to one of the rumors, Microsoft will release an update for the L3 delay problem on October 19 (October 27). Also, the problem of using the fastest CPU core will be solved through the AMD driver update, which will probably be available to users quickly as part of the Windows update.
It should be noted that Windows 11 officially Many processors are not supported and on the other hand the beta version has been under review by users for months. Despite these limitations and these studies, we still see such important issues that we hope will be resolved as soon as possible so that users of AMD processor-based systems can use Windows 11 without any problems.
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Source: The Verge