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Microsoft will release fixes to address the Windows 11 performance variations affecting compatible AMD processors next week. A support document published earlier this month warned that select AMD chips could suffer from increased L3 cache latency, resulting in reduced performance in applications and games. Another issue that relates to thread scheduling, CPPC2, could also result in reduced performance.

Per Wccftech’s sources:

The CPPC issue has been resolved. The AMD driver power profile is in the release process and targeted for GA release on 10/21. If it is needed before GA, AMD can share the driver directly with customers upon request.

The L3 cache latency issue has been resolved by Microsoft. Microsoft plans to release the fix in their 10C Windows Update which is targeted for 10/19.

AMD had previously confirmed that fixes were already in development and would be released this month. A list of affected processors can be found here.

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Source: Wccftech

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  1. And there it js.. per wccftech.. no need to read more. Can someone explain to me the reason for sourcing wccftech on articles here? Is it simply easy and proliferious content? Does someone k own they are better than we are giving them credit for? Have they improved journalistic integrity?
  2. And there it js.. per wccftech.. no need to read more. Can someone explain to me the reason for sourcing wccftech on articles here? Is it simply easy and proliferious content? Does someone k own they are better than we are giving them credit for? Have they improved journalistic integrity?

    The fact that they are a bit overzealous at times does not mean all their info is worthless, just got to filter the usefull from the rest.

  3. The fact that they are a bit overzealous at times does not mean all their info is worthless, just got to filter the usefull from the rest.

    Well, the useful info gets picked up at repeatable sites as well, so why even give WCCcrap the clicks? Seven out of 10 articles there are clickbait "this hardware ~could~ be" speculation based on any rumor they can possibly scrounge up.

    Just because they occasionally report something accurate doesn’t excuse their business model of throwing a ton of crap at the wall to see what sticks.

    It’s like in school when you had to support your work, not all sources are created equal – you want a reputable source to back up what you say. Especially in the Internet age, where you can go online and find a source that says absolutely anything you’d like – just because it’s on a random site doesn’t make it a good source.

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