Microsoft’s latest Windows 11 comes with a major update, which requires a driver update to get optimal performance. AMD has officially released its latest chipset driver to address the CPC mechanism malfunctioning as well as the L3 cache latency issue.

With this update, it resolves the functionality of scheduling the faster available core. Where it occurs because of the CPPC (Collaborative Processor Performance Control) Mechanism According to Waters, this problem was more serious than it appears because it was slowing down the Ryzen Processor, which runs the Redmond-designed Operating System.

However, Microsoft and AMD have released an update to address the issue, but it appears that it has not been resolved, and users continue to report the same. the problem has not been fixed.

Performance Issue

These are the existing issues that lead to a bad user experience. Starting with the most common L3 cache latency issue on Zen CPUs,

  • Windows 11 Build 22000.189 (or later) – UEFI CPPC2 behavior’s and intended function are restored in Windows 11 Build 22000.189 (or later).
  • New Ryzen Power Plan 7.0.3.5 has been added with additional optimization to address the CPPC2 bug in Windows 11.

Additionally, AMD resolved the performance issue for Windows 11 and Windows 10 on Zen-based systems.

As a result, if you update, make sure to double-check before proceeding.

It also addresses an OpenGL pop-up error while installing the AMD UART driver 1.2.0.113, and it supports a 3Mbps baud rate.

Known issue (AMD Release Notes).

  • Sometimes a custom install fails to upgrade to the latest drivers.
  • Text alignment issues may be seen in the Russian language.
  • A manual system restart is required on non-English OS after the installation is complete.
  • A Windows Installer pop-up message may appear during the installation.
    On non-English operating systems, the uninstall summary log may incorrectly show the uninstall status as failed.
  • You may observe a pop-up message saying “AMD Chipset Software is not responding” when the installer is launched and the UI screen is clicked.

Download the AMD Ryzen 3.10.08.506 Chipset Driver from here.

Here is the download link, and check the release note on AMD’s official site.

   Download AMD Chipset Software 3.10.08.506

AMD Ryzen 3.10.08.506 Installation Guide

Check the instructions to install the AMD Ryzen Chipset Driver on a Windows-based system. Without further ado, let’s check it out.

Pre-Requirements

Before installing the chipset driver, you have to ensure you have checked the chipset, processor, and support driver package.

AMD Ryzen Chipset Driver Installing Guide

  • First things first, download the driver and then locate the Chipset Driver Package.
  • Then double-click on the driver executable file package to start installation.
  • Next, it will start extracting the setup and, once it is finished, it will launch the AMD Chipset Software Installer.
  • Then it will show all the supported drivers. Check the elements that you want to install on your system.
  • Check the box for the “AMD Chipset Driver End Under License Agreement” to agree with the terms and conditions, and then click on Install.
  • It will start processing, and then, after the installation is complete, your system will restart to reboot.
  • That’s it!

Hopefully, Microsoft and AMD will continue their investigation and drop another patch update for the Ryzen Chipset. Thanks for being with us. We would like to know your valuable opinion and feedback. If there is any query, please share it with us in the comment section down below. Keep an eye out for future updates on the subject.