AMD will fix Windows 11 TPM stuttering issues on Ryzen CPUs

AMD will fix Windows 11 TPM stuttering issues on Ryzen CPUs

Windows 11’s TPM requirement has left many hoping to upgrade to the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system confused at best, and frustrated at worst. However, even those with eligible gaming PCs that meet the prerequisite are enduring their own share of frustrations with TPM, particularly those with Ryzen processors. Thankfully, a fix is on the way from AMD.

In a support article on its official website, AMD says it has determined that the cause of these stuttering issues is related to “extended fTPM-related memory transactions in SPI flash memory.” Users will need to apply a BIOS patch in order to resolve the problem for good, which the company expects to be available in early May.

In the meantime, AMD recommends installing a hardware TPM module if you can’t go without the functionality. If you can forgo it for now, users report that disabling fTPM in your motherboard’s BIOS shouldn’t negatively system performance, but we recommend proceeding with caution.

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