AMD: Windows 11 has brought a number of problems for all users. This is common with the advent of the Redmond operating system, which has to do with the hardware specifications of each device. And it turns out that with AMD processors it has presented another problem, but the company has finally appeared and confirmed that they are working on restoring the performance degradation of their processors.
AMD acknowledges the flaw and fixes it
Yesterday we saw that Microsoft’s new operating system showed its first shortcomings. Users of a computer with a AMD chip were the first to suffer from it, with so much bad luck that the fault wasn’t aimed at a graphics card. The processors are the ones that give the error, one that reduces their performance by up to 15%. It may not sound like much, but those with a PC with these features will realize what’s going on.
According to the company, based on what Gizmodo has in its lineup, CPUs with more than eight cores and a TDP of more than 65 watts could experience an even greater performance drop, while less powerful CPUs have a smaller impact. It is important to recognize that the models that suffered the failures are the Ryzen 2000, 3000 and 4000 and some of the 5000 series.
At the moment it is known that the company is actively working to have their updates ready by the end of this month and that all chips are working as they should. The first comes from the Redmond company and the second separately.