AMD he had announced that some of its processors had performance problems after installing Windows 11. According to the company, the performance dropped from 3-5% to 10-15% in some extreme cases. However, both Microsoft and AMD have been trying to fix these problems for some time.
So today AMD released a Chipset Ryzen driver update that fixes some of these issues.
Release notes state that the latest driver update restores the intended functionality and behavior of UEFI CPPC2 to version 22000.189 of Windows 11 on AMD processors. Our page also gives us all the supported AMD chipsets and processors for installing Windows 10 and Windows 11 operating systems.
AMD has a dedicated page for troubleshooting performance issues with Windows 11 compatible processors that you can see here.
However, not all problems have been resolved. Known issues include custom installation failure, problems with non-English operating system, and inadvertent pop-up messages.
To learn more, you can see the update page by clicking here.