Look out, AMD – Microsoft is tanking your CPU performance again with Windows 11


Bad news for Team Red: it seems that AMD’s high-end Ryzen desktop CPUs – including the flagship Ryzen 9 7950X – are having their performance effectively throttled by a feature in Windows 11.

The feature in question is the Windows 11 thread scheduler (sometimes called a thread director) – essentially a simple background program that dictates which cores in a CPU should handle each task given to the system. Normally, this should improve performance, but it appears that the thread scheduler is having difficulties with the dual CCD configuration found in the Ryzen 9 7950X and 7900X.

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