Fixed issues with slowing down the AMD Ryzen processor on Windows 11

Fixed issues with slowing down the AMD Ryzen processor on Windows 11
One of the more serious problems that arose after the launch of Windows 11 affected users of certain AMD Ryzen processors. Namely, these processors in combination with Windows 11 could become up to 15% slower in applications such as games. Microsoft dropped a repair for that last week, but somehow they managed to make the situation even worse with this "repair".

Fortunately for all Ryzen owners who switched to Windows 11, a fix is available as of yesterday that corrects the aforementioned problem. That is, the repair is two and both require action from the user. Nothing will be solved by automatic updating but the user needs to run the fix installation himself.

  • through Windows Update you should look for an optional software update labeled KB 5006746, which solves the L3 cache latency problem
  • AMD's chipset driver version 3.10.08.506, which solves the UEFI CPPC2 problem, can be downloaded here


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