The fix is still scheduled to launch sometime later this month.
Just 1 day after the launch Windows 11AMD released information on its site warning users about the performance issues caused by Windows Updates in several of its processors.
Lisa Su, the head of the firm, said that the solution would arrive by the end this month. The first Windows 11 patch, released on Tuesday October 12, seemed to be a potential solution for those affected. However it caused some Mark processors to perform worse.
AMD stated that Windows 11 caused L3 cache latency to rise up to 3x higher than normal, which led to a performance drop of 3 to 5% in most applications. However, this drops to between 10 and 15% in eSports games.
According to TechPowerUpIt found that the latency for the L3 cache on a Ryzen 7 2700X went up from 10ns to 17ns after the Windows 11 update. The latest patch increased the number to 31.9ns.
Some users may be able to accomplish their tasks without difficulty, but others, especially those involved in eSports, will see it as a problem.
TechPowerUp reported that the cache problem will likely be fixed with the October 19 security patch. The rest of the problems with AMD processors will be addressed until October 21 by the next security update.