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Microsoft updates supported CPU list for Windows 11

Could your CPU now be supported inside Windows 11?

Updated: Jun 21, 2023 8:45 am
Microsoft updates supported CPU list for Windows 11

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Microsoft has made changes to the list of computer chips that can run Windows 11. They added a bunch of new Intel and AMD processors to the list. Last month, they released an update called Moment 3 for Windows 11 version 22H2. People with eligible computers were able to install this update. This is because Microsoft updated the supported CPU list for Windows 11.

Now, the company quietly updated the list of supported chips from Qualcomm, AMD, and Intel. The updated list shows that Windows 11 can now work with the new Intel and AMD processors. However, it’s important to note that the Moment 3 update doesn’t magically make incompatible computers able to run Windows 11.

Microsoft updates the list of compatible Windows 11 processors.

NeowinFeed on Twitter reported that Microsoft has added Windows 11 support to some 7th gen Intel processors.

tweet microsoft added more processors to windows 11 support

According to IMBTimes, Microsoft has made changes to the list of processors that can work with their Windows 11 operating system. The updated list now includes Intel’s Core i9 13900KS, which has a blisteringly fast standard clock speed of 6 GHz. They have also added Raptor Lake mobile processors like i5 13500HS, 1335UE, 1335U, and 1334U to the list. You can visit Microsoft’s website to see the complete list of processors that are compatible with Windows 11 22H2.

In addition, they have expanded the list to include AMD processors with 3D V-Cache technology, such as 7800X3D AM5, 7900X3D, 7950X3D, and 5900X3D AM4. The list also includes previously released AMD models like Ryzen 5 4500, 5500, 5600, and Ryzen 3 4100.

You can find the full list of supported AMD processors for Windows 11 22H2 on Microsoft’s website. They have also updated the list to include compatible Qualcomm processors like Microsoft SQ3 chips and Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3.

You can check out the complete list of compatible processors on Microsoft’s official website as Microsoft updates the supported CPU list for Windows 11.

Jack is a Tech and News Writer who has a vast and proficient knowledge of CPUs, Motherboards, and Computer technology.

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