AMD CEO promises better gaming performance Ryzen CPUs via patches




AMD has promised improvement for the disappointing performance of the Ryzen CPUs in games. Through yet to bring out patches to improve its performance, which is all about games that are played at a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels.

That made the CEO of AMD, Lisa Su, known through a series of messages on Reddit during a so-called ama session. According to Su is working on improving the performance of Ryzen CPUs in games. AMD is working with the developers of software improvements, though the company also points out that not all games suffer from performance issues.

The problems are particularly common in games played at a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels; while the performance is not as expected. Su claims that this is due to the fact that the Ryzen CPUs use a new architecture, called Zen, and developers need more time to become familiar with it.

According to AMD, there are about three hundred developers working to develop optimizations to improve the gaming performance of Ryzen CPUs. Oxide Games, Bethesda and Sega are known to collaborate with AMD for this purpose. However, there was no information released about the availability of such patches.


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