Microsoft Windows 11’s leaked ISO version reportedly boosted the performance of Intel’s first ever Big-Small architecture Alder Lake Chip in the later part of this year.
The new scheduler feature in the Microsoft Windows 11 has reflected improved performance of the Intel Adler Lake chip CPU. The multi threaded results have shown a 5.8% boost in test results.
While a 2% percent increase in performance results has been observed on single threaded results.
After using the leaked version of Windows 11 ISO to test the Intel lakefield Core-i7-LI6G7 CPU, the results had provided conclusive proof that the scheduler in the Windows 11 improves the performance of the CPU.
In short words the all new Microsoft Windows 11 and the Intel Alder Lake CPU with Big-Small architecture are just made for each other and produce best results when used together.
Here are the benchmark results with the CPUs:
*All the above benchmark results displayed above are HotHardware’s product of work.
Further on, Online publication tech review site HotHardware’s Ben Funk wrote While the inner machinations of Windows are an enigma for most people, we have a theory as to what’s going on here in our test results. Our working theory is that Microsoft has put in a lot of work for Lakefield, perhaps in anticipation of Intel’s Alder Lake, with respect to the Windows scheduler.
Remember that the Core i5-L16G7 represents Intel’s first crack at focused cores for performance and power efficiency. Up until then, such things only existed on Arm64. With Alder Lake set to launch later this year, we think that the Galaxy Book S is perhaps an early benefactor of efforts to ensure that Intel’s new hybrid architecture lives up to its full potential.
The Alder Lake CPU comes along with DDR5 RAM and a PCIe 5.0 based port. While the Microsoft Windows 11 is a free upgrade for Windows 10 users.
Intel’s Alder Lake should be able to give Apple’s M1 chip some fierce competition although reports show that the Intel’s Big-Small chip is more power efficient.