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AMD vows to fix Ryzen processor slowdowns on Windows 11


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AMD didn't mention any particular percentage for the second bug, but the company said its impact is more noticeable in chips with more than eight cores and with 65W Thermal Design Power (TDP) or higher.

 

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Outside of this issue, the overall performance is pretty poor on Threadripper as well. Windows still can't seem to sort out their scheduler for high core count CPUs.

 

That L3 cache issue is pretty terrible, especially since one of the reasons for the improved performance on Zen 3 is the whack ton of L3 cache that it has.

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