Intel's newer processors featuring the hybrid Big-Bigger core design are set to get a performance boost soon on Windows 11 guest VMs on Linux. An Intel engineer has explained how via a recent patch.
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Intel's hybrid CPUs are apparently struggling with latency issues as they can often be sluggish despite being much faster on paper than older CPUs like 10th or 11th gen, according to a report.
Microsoft and Intel touted special Windows 11 optimization on Alder Lake when it came out. However, the performance gap has shrunk and it could be completely wiped out thanks to new Linux patch.
When Alder Lake was announced last year, Microsoft and Intel touted the special Windows 11 optimization it came with. However, the performance lead is slowly fading away against Ubuntu and Linux.
When Intel and Microsoft stated that the 12h Gen Alder Lake architecture is optimized for Windows 11, they probably didn't lie as suggested by benchmarks run on both platforms using a Core i9-12900K.
According to a new report today, Intel is purportedly launching its upcoming 12th gen Performance Hybrid-based Alder Lake-S desktop processors and Z690 chipset motherboards in November this year.
At its Architecture Day 2021 presentation today, Intel confirmed that it has worked with Microsoft on its Thread Director inside upcoming Alder Lake CPUs that improves the Windows 11 scheduling.