By Intel struggling to overcome them with increased demand and address manufacturing challenges, AMD responds well to the opportunity. With processors Ryze, the company is in a position to compete wisely with Intel.
Just recently, the company was dealt information about a new feature called Dynamic Local Mode. This new software automatically transfers the most demanding threads to CPU cores with local memory access.
As a result, applications that "prefer" access to local DRAMs can benefit from it and enhance performance.
Dynamic Local Mode is implemented as a background service in Windows 10, which calculates the processing time consumed by each thread. Using this data, the most demanding threads are detected and they get immediate access to the memory.
In the internal test of the operation, applications were able to record an increase in performance up to ~ 47% with Dynamic Local Mode enabled.
This new free feature is made for AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX and 2970WX processors. Only AMD Threadripper chips have mixed memory access design.
From October 29, Dynamic Local Mode will be included in the new versions of AMD Ryzen Master. It will also be available soon as the default package in AMD Chipset Drivers.