Microsoft is rapidly iterating its newly launched Windows 11 Operating system, including Build 2200.282, Just entered the Beta and Release Preview channels.The most significant improvement in this version is the inclusion of Microsoft’s fixes to the following issues L3 cache latency problem On AMD Ryzen processors, many of them are Best CPU.
Microsoft stated in today’s release notes, “We have fixed an L3 cache issue that may affect the performance of certain applications on devices equipped with AMD Ryzen processors after upgrading to Windows 11 (original version).”
As We reported earlier this week, Compared with the same system running Windows 10, the L3 latency in Windows 11 has increased by up to 6 times. This error caused the performance of our Ryzen 5900X test device in Project Cars 3 to drop by up to 7.5% when running Windows 11. It should be noted that Microsoft stated that e-sports games may have a 15% impact on performance, although we did not see such a significant difference in testing.
Another performance stealing vulnerability affecting Ryzen processors Windows 11 It has not been officially resolved by the patch. AMD explained last week that Windows 11 did not properly arrange the “preferred” kernel on Ryzen processors. “Applications that are sensitive to the performance of one or a few CPU threads may exhibit performance degradation,” AMD said at the time. The company will release a separate software update later in October to resolve this error.
Windows 11 Build 2200.282 also includes dozens of smaller fixes to other key operating system functions, including the start menu, PowerShell, Windows remote management, server manager, and more. Given that Windows 11 has just been launched recently, it is understandable that many features are being adjusted to improve performance, fix bugs, and address the growing user feedback.