MSI X470 Gaming Plus Max (updated BIOS to support AM4)
2xNVME drives (256g and 2tb)
1xSATA SSD (512gb)
Corsair Vengeance 2x8GB DDR4 3600hz RAM
Asus RX 6600 8GB Dual (Non-XT)
Noctua NH-U12A 120mm NH-U12A CPU Air Cooler
NZXT H710i E-ATX Mid Tower CA-H710i-B1 Computer Case
Windows 11 was absolutely absurdly horrible, it ran full of hitches, and general stuttering jank, in and out of games. I really hope that my experience is isolated because I'd feel bad for a first time AMD / pc gaming user going through that experience and expecting it as the norm.
Last night I got fed up after trying a thousand different fixes and tweaks in OS/BIOS etc etc and just installed Windows 10.
WOW, the difference is insane, this is what I imagined the build would perform like, it's night and day, what's going on at Microsoft?
I don't just want to bash Microsoft, they're just people too.
I think sadly that covid really hurt Win 11's development and it's going to take quite some time to get it up to "speed" of its predecessor.
100% agree with you.
Microsoft really hasn't made huge updates each time.
The best thing that they have done is Windows 10.
I think that Windows 11 is just revamped Windows 10, but no major changes.
Try downgrading to windows 10. Also have you tried drivers?
Ryzen 9 5900x
RTX 3060 (yes its nvidia roast me now cuz i wasted my money)
B550 Plus II Wifi
32 GB DDR4 3600mhtz
1 TB NVME SSD
I’m running an ancient RX580X on a Ryzen 2700X (16GB ram) with Win 11 Pro 22H2 (clean install)
Current WHQL driver. Win 11 22H2 Chipset drivers (X370)
Runs solid without issue.
I did get rid of Malwarebytes Premium and Acronis True Image which both are known to cause issues with 22H2.
Maybe I’ve just been lucky. Maybe it’s my ancient hardware.
@Stanmore I agree with you but have slightly more up to date hardware..
I removed Acronis too, was causing all sorts of problems, removed Asus GPU Tweak too.