And promised, these should definitively solve the problems while the last patch has, according to our colleague, increased the latency on the L3 cache even more. Ryzen 7 2700X : up to 31.9 ns against 10 ns in theory. An important difference, which can have some repercussions depending on the tasks requested by the system.
The first patch, which concerns the L3 cache, will be deployed via Windows Update Next Tuesday, on the 19th, while the patch for the UEFI-CPPC2 management problem, which allows a particular core to be favored on frequencies and voltages, will be available two days later, on Thursday, October 21st.
Note that this second patch is already ready since large customers can obtain it by contacting directly AMD.