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AMD AGESA update To Fix fTPM Stutters


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Motherboard manufacturers are addressing AMD's stuttering issue in Windows 10 and 11 with a new BIOS update. The (intermittent) performance losses and stuttering are caused mostly by the TPM 2.0 function (fTPM).

AMD provided the AGESA V2 PI 1.2.0.7 microcode to motherboard suppliers and PC OEMs . This version of AGESA is important for Windows 11 users because it fixes a performance stuttering issue caused by the OS's frequent polling of the fTPM. The new AGESA version is also preordained for AMD 300-series chipset motherboards, where it adds official (stable) support for Ryzen 5000 series processors, allowing those on the 5-year-old platform to enjoy an IPC boost of up to 60%. (Zen 3 vs. Zen). 1.2.0.7 is also said to fix certain stability issues with the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, as well as permit BClk overclocking on the chip as long as the CPU does not draw more than 1.35 V in the Vcore voltage domain.

 It is now up to motherboard vendors and PC OEMs to incorporate 1.2.0.7 into their firmware and make it available to end users. But the stuttering issue that has plagued multiple users since January 2022 has been resolved.

AMD AGESA V2 1.2.0.7 Microcode To Fix fTPM Stutters (guru3d.com)

 

I'm sure a few people here will be glad about this. 

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Haven't seen any stuttering yet on my new rig, but also haven't tried playing any games yet to be fair.

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13 minutes ago, Sir Beregond said:

Haven't seen any stuttering yet on my new rig, but also haven't tried playing any games yet to be fair.

I had it happen with my 3700x, hasn't happened with my 5800x yet, but it wouldn't happen just in games. It was usually triggered by some kind of copyright check, like when starting a stream. 

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58 minutes ago, UltraMega said:

I had it happen with my 3700x, hasn't happened with my 5800x yet, but it wouldn't happen just in games. It was usually triggered by some kind of copyright check, like when starting a stream. 

Hmm, interesting. I guess will keep on the lookout.

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Known about this for a good while and have been patiently waiting, annoyingly Asrock are dragging their heels on releasing the BIOS for my board. 

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