Nvidia GPU framerates are being tanked in Windows 11 22H2, and gamers are not happy

Nvidia GPU framerates are being tanked in Windows 11 22H2, and gamers are not happy ...

Windows 11 22H2 is the first major update for Microsoft''s latest operating system, and it appears to have introduced some potentially hazy features, including poor gaming performance.

People have been using Reddit (and other websites) to protest these Windows 11 vulnerabilities as the latest reports (open in a new tab).

Some gamers are defying their frames per second (fps) and making games perform poorly, while audio is also affected. Another popular player has noticed games stuttering because of the drops.

Nvidia is investigating these issues, and it is asking affected gamers for information to assist identify the issue. Hopefully, a fix will be released soon, as both Nvidia and Microsoft are interested.

Microsoft has been accused of following the reports from Windows Insiders, who had been testing Windows 11 22H2 in the months leading up to its release, as some had highlighted poor game performance during this testing period. However, having this update before and without addressing these issues first will certainly not be a good look.

While the update is being implemented, there have been reports of the devil''s Blue Screen of Death occurrences.

Microsoft will have to get a handle on these issues and make sure they aren''t too widespread and that they are fixed quickly. If not, the reputation of Windows 11 might be weakened.

How to Fix Windows 11 22H2''s Poor Game Performance

If you have experienced poor game performance since installing Windows 11 22H2, then the easiest way to do it is to deinstall the update. People who have done this have found game performance returning to normal.

Then open the Start menu and then tap the Settings icon of a cog. Go to System then click Recovery and choose the Go Back option. Windows 11 should have an option for returning to early build click that.

Microsoft and Nvidia can provide solutions for the issues. This will likely come in the form of a driver update from Nvidia or a hotfix update from Microsoft.