Discussion in 'Operating Systems' started by disq, Oct 4, 2021.
Thy wish is granted
Also includes benchmarks with the bug version.
My windows update came up with the win 11 upgrade and my system was good ,9900k, during the install I got a invalid data access trap error and put on the repair OS,boot option blue screen
When I get home on the weekend I plan to use Windows media creation tool and do a clean install , do you think this will work or have I another problem ? I do have a older bios with better memory overclocking is the only thing I can think of
Edit: Clean installed no problem
Tried upgrading twice today, no succes.
BSOD at 75% of installation, "attempeted write to readonly memory".
Cleared space on C, uninstalled AV program, no succes.
Same question as Driller_au, will a clean install succeed?
I upgraded via windows update and reskin went through without any problems, system has run spot on all week so far.
To some of the above comments, by own experience I can't recommend to upgrade on top of Windows 10, Windows 11 is better as a complete fresh install.
Also, if anyone uses WavesNx either stay on Windows 10 a bit longer or do not install it on Windows 11.
With it installed I had it sitting at up to 6% CPU usage with 10-15C increased CPU temperatures, looks like there is something with it's hooking that the Windows 11 scheduler handles different.
No additional CPU usage with Waves NX active on Win 11 here, and I upgraded over WIn10
KB5007215, which brings the build number to 22000.318
Weird, the looper service and app itself had increased usage on my end, how high a buffer size do you use? Mind trying it down at 64 samples?
I also use the NX plugin for my DAW, not quite sure if that triggered something, it shouldn't though.
As for upgrading, seems there is a difference between Zen2 and Zen3 and the build in power plans.
To get the same temperatures that I had with PPT 105 / TDC 70 / EDC 95 with the power saver plan on W10, I had to do a fresh install and decrease down to PPT 76/ TDC 60 / EDC 90 (those are the defaults for a 5600X) to get the same temperatures on W11 with the same plan.
Yet temperatures still climb a tad higher than they did with W10.
So there is something different between the 2 Windows version besides the cache thing.
KB5007215 (OS Build 22000.318) Released. (9 Nov)
Updates security for your Windows operating system.
I use the default 512 buffer size. CPU usage doesn't increase much at all while watching 5.1 audio from a video via MPC-BE / madVR with audio settings streaming out audio direct.
Thanks, just reinstalled and did some more testing, it's with the 64 samples buffer size only, 125, 256, 512 and so on keep the WLA at 0% when idle.
Did add that information to my ticket at Waves, since it shouldn't go there while doing nothing.
EDIT: Having the camera as tracker is also not so a good idea when it comes to CPU usage while playing sound.
Waves NX PC/Mac app is no longer being sold by Waves, so I suggest looking into a supported alternative.
It works fine though as long as I don't go to crazy with the buffer and leave the headtracking on Nx Tracker (which I don't have).
Is it me or does it actually sound best with the buffer at 512 samples?
It's like the other rates cut on high frequencies.
The VST plugin works without issues with low buffer values, but not really going to use it for recording, it's only usefull for mixing with headphones instead of studio monitors, mixing is done with a higher buffer anyway, since that is where all the studio effects are added.
They need to remove the recommend or is there a way to have all apps instead of the pinned section first?
Out of curiosity, here is the current adoption rate for each version of Windows.
Windows 11 is already with 8.6%
Still less than the 14-15% going to Windows 7 when you include all versions... thought there would be more 11 installs by now
Is Ryzen perfomance fixed?
nope still mixed bag and the power plan still bugged alwawys at max frequency