Microsoft is slowly releasing a new big update for Windows 11. It is marked as 22H2 and it changes a lot compared to the previous version. You can count, among other things to improve security, add cards in File Explorer or Smart Select and copy files. It is a pity that not all changes were positive. Despite some functional novelties, the system may actually make it impossible for people with GeForce graphics cards to play.
If you have a Greens chip, you’d better stop upgrading to 22H2. Gamers are complaining about the sharp drop in fluidity, low CPU usage, and G-Sync issues.
Some users have seen the frame rate drop dramatically from 120 to 30 fps. These dips are said to occur at random moments and are accompanied by a tear in the image. Moreover, some cannot use G-Sync while others complain about very low CPU usage in games. It appears that all the victims have a GeForce graphics card. The processor does not matter here – in the forum Microsoft And the reddit You can read about newer and slightly older Intel or AMD units.
So far, there is no solution to the problem, but NVIDIA already knows the problem. The manufacturer has already confirmed on its forum that the new patches are currently in the process of being activated, but no specific date has been set. Those willing can help the greens themselves – over here There is a link to the error reporting platform for GeForce graphics drivers. So if you have a Greens chip, you’d better stop upgrading to 22H2. If after the fact you are also affected by the above errors, it would be wise to roll back to the previous version. Well, unless you are patient and want to wait for a fix.
Source: MSpoweruser, Guru3D
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