Windows 11 News: Microsoft continues to share details about the new operating system. Now Windows 11 supported processors have been announced.
Microsoft made the official announcement of the highly anticipated and leaked Windows 11 operating system at its event yesterday. The new operating system, which offers more than a theme built on top of Windows 10, seems to be a masterwork of Microsoft. The processors of Windows 11, which comes with a series of improvements and great design innovations for the game, have emerged today. When we look at the list of Windows 11 supported processors, we can say that this operating system will not work on most PCs.
In fact, even some Surface models that have just entered Microsoft’s 4th year cannot meet the system requirements of this operating system. Probably the software giant will take action on this issue and at least ensure that devices that come with Windows 10 receive this update. Otherwise, the usage rates of Windows 11 will be around.
When we look at the list, we see that Intel 8th generation and later AMD Ryzen 2000 and later processors are compatible with this operating system. Also, this operating system will not work on 32-Bit PCs. Microsoft now wants to focus entirely on 64-Bit. This is a very sensible choice.
More new details about Windows 11 will likely emerge in the coming days. As these details are announced, we will continue to convey them to you.
Windows 11 supported processors
- Intel processors to support Windows 11
- Intel 8th generation (Coffee Lake)
- Intel 9th generation (Coffee Lake Refresh)
- Intel 10th generation (Comet Lake)
- Intel 10th generation (Ice Lake)
- Intel 11th generation (Rocket Lake)
- Intel 11th generation (Tiger Lake)
- Intel Xeon Skylake SP
- Intel Xeon Cascade Lake SP
- Intel Xeon Cooper Lake-SP
- Intel Xeon Ice Lake SP
AMD processors that will support Windows 11
- AMD Ryzen 2000
- AMD Ryzen 3000
- AMD Ryzen 4000
- AMD Ryzen 5000
- AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2000
- AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3000
- AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 3000
- AMD EPYC 2nd generation
- AMD EPYC 3rd generation