Windows 11 new list of supported CPUs

Η Microsoft κυκλοφόρησε την ενημέρωση χαρακτηριστικών Moment 3 για τα Windows 11 της έκδοσης στα τέλη Μαΐου στο KB5026446 (build 22621.1778). Η εταιρεία δήλωσε ότι οι χρήστες με κατάλληλα συστήματα μπορούν να ενημερώσουν στο Moment 3.

After the announcement, Microsoft updated the list of supported processors from Intel, AMD and Qualcomm. The company had last updated the list of supported CPUs in October last year when it released the 22H2 feature update.


There are separate listings for both Windows 11 21H2 and 22H2, although the Windows 11 system requirements haven't changed (much) since 21H2 was originally announced. So if anyone was hoping that currently unsupported hardware could suddenly appear on the supported list, that's not going to happen.
Ανεξάρτητα από αυτό, πολλοί ει αυτοί που τρέχουν μη υποστηριζόμενα συστήματα με , όπως ακριβώς έκαναν και με την έκδοση 21H2. Μερικοί από αυτούς μάλιστα φαίνεται να είναι εντυπωσιασμένοι.

Among Intel's new SKUs, the 9GHz Core i13900-6KS has been added. Other Intel Raptor Lake mobile processors added are the i5-1334U, 1335U, 1335UE, 13500HS, among others. The full list is available on the Microsoft website.

With AMD things get a lot more interesting. Added chips with 3D V-cache on-board. These include the AM5800-based 3X4D as well as the newer AM7950-based 3X7900D, 3X7800D and 3X5D. Other AM4 SKUs added are the Ryzen 3 4100, Ryzen 5 4500, 5500 and 5600. Meanwhile, for AM5, we have the non-X-series Ryzen variants such as the Ryzen 7 7700 and Ryzen 5 7600.

On the mobile side, we have the Ryzen 5 5625U and also the 5625C (a part of the Chromebook version), the Ryzen 3 5425U and many others. Many AMD 7000U series processors have also been added. Some of them are 7530U, 7440U and others The full list of AMD CPUs is available at this page on the Microsoft website.

Finally, we have Qualcomm's CPU list which now has the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 and the Microsoft SQ3. The full list is available on the Microsoft website, although nowhere near as large as that for x86 chips from AMD and Intel. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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