Microsoft and AMD have launched patches for the latter’s Ryzen processors, which should resolve the issues suffered by users since updating to Windows 11.
The issues, which caused a performance hit of up to 15% for some competitive gamers, were caused by L3 cache latency.
A second issue was the result of the Ryzen processors failing to utilise the fastest core available.
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