Do you play in Windows 10? Turning off E-cores Alder Lake will give you ~ 2% performance

Windows 11 has been promoted since the beginning, among other things, as an operating system better optimized for the Intel processor architecture Alder Lake (Core 12000) than Windows 10. As the TechPowerUp test showed, this is true. But this is not all the information, not even a substantial part of it. The more important message comes basically by the way.

A graph based on an average of 10 game tests clearly shows that Windows 11 can use small cores (E-Cores) Alder Lake, because turning them off reduces the performance (100% -> 97.5%). It is also true that Windows 10 cannot use small kernels for the time being, as their performance increases (disabling 100.5% -> 102.1%). But what we should take away from the test in the first place is the information that Windows 10 (regardless of turning small cores on or off) achieves higher gaming performance than Windows 11. At least in the report built on GeForce RTX 3080, which the editors used. For her, however, even suboptimally functioning Alder Lake in tens it gives a hair higher gaming performance than optimally functioning Alder Lake at eleven.

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