- Windows 11 unlocks the full potential of Radeon Software, thus ensuring a wider array of options for users.
- It is impossible to run Windows 11 on dated and unsupported PCs and motherboards even with drivers.
- Experience the early build of the windows through Microsoft’s Windows Insider Program.
Come October 5, Microsoft will unleash the Windows 11 version 21H2. Therefore, testers are encouraged to take part in the Windows Insider Program. As such, you will run the operating system on its early build.
Windows 11 Compatible Drivers
As a result, Nvidia, Intel, and AMD are in the process of ensuring that their devices are compatible with Windows 11 in preparation for the rollout. Nvidia and Intel released new drivers, that are now compatible with both the Windows 11 and Windows 10 21H2 versions earlier this year. AMD revealed their Windows 11 ready drivers today.
The Ryzen driver (3.09.01.140) by AMD being compatible with Windows 11, you can now comfortably make use of Radeon Anti-Lag, Radeon Boost, and Radeon Image Sharpening. This is because all the Radeon Software features are now supported on Windows 11.
Goodbye to Your Windows 11 Issues
Chipsets that support Windows 11 will no longer face any issues thanks to the new update; this includes both the 400 and 300 series.
With the Windows 11 release days away, people that already have access to the Windows 11 early build should take advantage, especially participants of Microsoft’s Windows Insider Program. “You now have full access and utilize all of Radeon Software’s features,” according to AMD’s statement.
You can go on to AMD’s website and download the driver. However, Windows 11 will not work on unsupported PCs despite having the drivers.
Apart from the Windows 11 drivers, there’s also the Radeon Software Adrenalin 21.9.1 driver. This driver supports an extra feature, the Smart Access memory that complements the Radeon RX 5000 graphics card.
Windows 11 is Limited to Specific Motherboards and CPUs
It is important to note that Microsoft has specified hardware that is compatible with Windows 11. You can make a free Windows 11 download. However, it is impossible to install it through the Windows update. This is specific to PCs powered by AMD Ryzen CPUs that date back beyond the 2000 model and both Intel’s sixth and seventh-generation processors. Nevertheless, you can improve Windows 11 support by downloading the drivers. You will also not get any updates or security features.
Currently, Asus is running tests on Windows 11 BIOS and driver support for the sixth and seventh-gen Intel processors. This extended support from Windows 11 is limited to specific motherboards and Intel CPUs. However, Asus is still running tests with the aim of bypassing these restrictions and limitations. Not all hope is lost! Before you know it, your dated Intel or AMD CPU will be compatible with Windows 11.
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