Intel’s ‘Thread Director’ Boosts Windows 11 CPU Performance

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  • This new configuration is expected to work with Windows 11.
  • The system is expected to boost efficiency and performance.
  • It is expected that this will act as a boost for Windows 11 users to upgrade.

 

Windows 11 systems are set to benefit from a boost in performance from a Thread Director technology from Intel. The new technology is rooted in the 12th-Gen Alder Lake processors. Previously, Intel had provided users with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi drivers

Microsoft users have been in high anticipation as it is expected to be the first line of desktop processors and combines a hybrid architecture of eight high-efficiency and high-performance Gracemont and Golden Cove cores. 

Specific For Windows 11

This configuration has been specifically configured for Windows 11, just like Alder Lake CPUs. Both core types require a unique approach when scheduling to ensure they work together and ensure workloads are assigned from the beginning. 

The Thread Director is particularly working with the operating system to make a perfect match for the right thread to the right core. This match is expected to optimize the system for maximum efficiency and real-world efficiency.

What’s Good With This New Thread Technology?

The Thread Director is set to offer real-time runtime of each thread and its core in a matter of nanoseconds. In the same breath, it also makes workload decision scheduling by providing runtime feedback to the operating system. 

Apart from monitoring and evaluation, it also makes use of temperature, power settings, user input, and operating conditions to adapt its guidance. As a result, the intelligent scheduler is expected to give Windows 11 users a head start in performance boost against Alder Lake CPUs.

Although Windows 10 and other users have previously had concerns about performance, they will not suffer from performance issues, but the intelligent scheduler is only exclusive to Windows 11 users. 

As a point to note, users who wish to use any other operating system other than Windows can use this as an opportunity to upgrade. However, the setup has only been availed to mobile devices at the moment before it can be deployed to PCs. 

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