Durin the testing with the Ryzen 7000 processors and the Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090, tomshardware experienced some issues and AMD has responded with a new advisory about the performance characteristics of its new Ryzen 7000 processors. AMD says it will work with game developers to optimise for its new architecture.
After the findings were published, which revealed a few new performance inversions with the Ryzen 7000 processors, the firm informed as stated in the advice.
We have been made aware of reports of unexpected performance deltas in certain games with AMD Ryzen desktop processors as well as performance variances between Windows 11 and Windows 10 in certain game titles. We are currently investigating but based on testing to date have not observed a material difference in game performance between OS versions across a variety of operating scenarios and game titles.
Many factors affect gaming performance, including the game engine, CPU architecture, GPU selection and memory choices. As new architectures enter the market, we often observe performance anomalies which must be addressed by the component vendor or the game publisher. This is not a new phenomenon nor is it unexpected.
As we have done since the introduction of Ryzen, when these performance anomalies are brought to light we will use them to steer our partner engagements with game developers and ecosystem hardware partners to implement optimizations that eliminate the variations.
There may be a number of things at work. Additionally, AMD’s secondary CCD on any given dual-chiplet CPU tends to run at somewhat slower clock speeds, and certain games just prefer fewer cores and threads.
Due to the Infinity Fabric connectivity, the dual-chiplet designs also have higher latencies. Smaller deltas were caused by all of these causes when using older Ryzen processors, but these impacts can usually be reduced by optimising the game code.
Furthermore, test results shared by CapFrameX, a well-known Twitter benchmarker, sparked a wave of false media reports that frequently blamed the issue on Windows 11 — even though it doesn’t seem the user actually released Windows 10 vs. Windows 11 benchmarks. These assertions are refuted by AMD’s most recent alert, which notes that no unanticipated problems with Windows 11 have been found during its own testing.
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