Microsoft is releasing Window 11 in the next week. The operating system would have a faster boot time, brings some new power management, and a lot more.
Though there are a few days left for its release, a tipster shared his experience using a build of the new Windows leaked this week. Ben Anonymous is a YouTuber and shared his experience in his recent video “Windows 11 Benchmarks DESTROY Windows 10!“
He claims to be using an official build of Windows 11 on his laptop powered by an Intel Core i7-10875H and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super.
The first interesting thing he tells is a shorter boot time of 13 seconds instead of 16 seconds. Every second counts here, and we have 3. So it is a good start.
Then he tested Time Spy in 3DMark that scored 7,613, jumping from a previous score of 6,872. Here the GPU scored 7,426 from 6,927, while the CPU scored 8,886 from 6,573.
He also talked about some new power management. When he uninstalled any ASUS software controlling the fans, everything was then controlled by the OS. In this test, the temperature doesn’t even seem to reflect that as well all know the cooler the CPU and GPU stay, the better the performance is.
Want to know more? Check out Ben’s video in Windows 11. But don’t get too involved with his video as the original opening system is yet to release.
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