Hey guys, you wanna download RAM? Yeah, that’s an actual myth with Microsoft Windows 11. Don’t work. But you know what else gets your free performance boost? OS upgrades. That’s weird, it’s supposed to be the other way around, isn’t it?
Look Ma, Free Upgrade Windows 11?
I’ve mentioned in the prior article I’ve written that Microsoft is opening support to other kinds of CPUs besides the x64 ARM CPUs. Well now, we’re going to be talking about hybrid CPUs. Intel’s new Lakefield CPUs that was stated to be the slowest CPUs in town, ran actually faster.
This is perhaps due to the new adoption of the CPU architecture programming and optimization embedded in the new OS. The Lakefield CPUs contain 4 atom cores and 1 Ice Lake core. Hence, it being an x86 hybrid.
Besides the technical know-how, it basically made any apps on the Windows run over 15% faster. Like the Geekbench tests. Findings based on this particular one from Hot Hardware.
Anymore To This?
There were more leaks, apparently one video showing a laptop with an Intel Core i7-10875H and RTX 2070 booting up Windows 3 seconds faster. 3DMark benchmark giving more score on the newer OS than Windows 10 did, of both CPU and GPU. So this performance increase could factor based on efficiency. Not much else can be taken right now as Microsoft is putting DMCA takedowns on these leaks.
So what we can freely assume is, yes, there’s going to more performance for a lot of things. Windows 11 could be that OS that will allow downloadable RAM to work. Kidding, of course. But we’re not probably far off with that feature at this point, are we?