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2023-05-16, 18:30:04

leo3d

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Do you think you will be able to fix lag problems with threadripper under win 11.

Thanks

I start again with win 10

2023-05-17, 15:10:25
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Howdy there!

We are aware of the problem and are looking into it. It however isn't exactly a trivial thing to resolve. We do appreciate you checking in on this and if there are more users with similar problems please let us know because it might make troubleshooting this thing easier.
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2023-05-17, 15:28:22
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Man every time I think of upgrading my systems to windows 11 I hear something else bad, I better stick to Windows 10 I guess.  I tested a while back and rendering took longer on Windows 11, not sure if they fixed that either.

2023-05-25, 20:40:17
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I went back to win 10 with my threadripper. Ryzen under win 11 is fine, but threadripper under win 11 is a disaster. I'll wait.

2023-05-25, 21:59:35
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I went back to win 10 with my threadripper. Ryzen under win 11 is fine, but threadripper under win 11 is a disaster. I'll wait.

That is quite interesting..

Which Threadripper do you have? And did you notice the difference in other softwares as well between Win10/11 ?
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2023-05-30, 13:47:26
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