- Sep 16, 2009
You know what? You are right. I already have an SSD that will be cloned onto the new nvme, so I will upgrade the nvme to 11 and do some benchmarks and I will see how it goes. Thanks.@psolord
I would think it's more of a personal preference. However, W11 would save you the hassle later of upgrading. You might even see better performance out of your 3060 with W11 vs W10. I'm running a laptop with 12700H / 3060 / W11 and it's running smooth other than some self induced issues / gremlins I'm dealing with. There are some reg hacks you can do to make W11 more appealing like functions that W10 has natively.
If you are up for it then maybe install both on separate partitions and compare the performance and then you can go back and delete whichever doesn't work well to reclaim the space using a livecd / gparted.