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Issues here

Windows® 11 Performance on Compatible AMD Processors | AMD (this is older)

Intermittent System Stutter Experienced with fTPM Enabled on Windows® 10 and 11 | AMD (this is newly acknowledged)

takeaway is 

  • Keep Windows updated (not preview code)
  • Run AMD chipset driver rev 3.xx.xx.xxx (or OEM higher)
  • Use 'Ryzen Balanced' Windows in power management options (really don't use overclocking or tweaking utilities and expect reliability, you can have fast or right, not both 😇 )
  • You may need AMD AGESA v1.2.0.7 when it lands for your board (via UEFI/BIOS update)

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i also beleive you can disable FTPM even with windows 11 installed its just needed to be enabled to install i beleive just ensure you dont bitlocker 1st tho

asus dropped some new bios today however as i am on windows 10 and dont intend to move to 11 just yet (gonna wait until direct storage is available before i consider upgrading and some bug fixes) so i have ftpm disabled to stop windows deciding for me 😂

tbh tho i havent noticed any issues when i did have it enabled on my asus b550xe board with my 5600x in any games i have been playing althoguh f1 2021 hasnt been played for a number of months at this point 

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1 hour ago, cearp8858 said:

i also beleive you can disable FTPM even with windows 11 installed its just needed to be enabled to install i beleive just ensure you dont bitlocker 1st tho

asus dropped some new bios today however as i am on windows 10 and dont intend to move to 11 just yet (gonna wait until direct storage is available before i consider upgrading and some bug fixes) so i have ftpm disabled to stop windows deciding for me 😂

tbh tho i havent noticed any issues when i did have it enabled on my asus b550xe board with my 5600x in any games i have been playing althoguh f1 2021 hasnt been played for a number of months at this point 

Yeah the new ASUS / ROG stuff is v1.2.0.6beta, v1.2.0.5 has had quite a bit of heat as being 'not good'.

AMD's Newest BIOS Code Reportedly Wreaks Havoc on Performance, Stability | Tom's Hardware (tomshardware.com)

But, I have always gone for lower TDP CPUs, 3200MHz RAM, balanced settings, etc. Not interested in OC - buy the rated CPU performance you require....

As for TPM/fTPM yeah it can be disabled (Bitlocker caveat) but then you can use install scripts that bypass the TPM check anyway. Also a firm believer in "vanilla", so if CPU/TPM combo is required, have it, enable it....or stick to W10....

....just my two cents. (steviejayztwocents) 😄 (or maybe steviejayz69cents) 😄

FWIW I can't see the difference between v1.2.0.3C and v1.2.0.5A on two different B550 boards, SAM enabled (3600)....but then W11 official, WHQL recommended chipset and GPU driver.

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As an aside to this, AMD dropped newer v4 chipset drivers on Monday 14/03.

Unrelated to this issue, they contain support for future processors due to land in April (Zen 3 refresh).

My advice would be to wait on v3 drivers unless you take a newer chip or AGESA Combov2 v1.2.0.7 or higher is released for your board.

 

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On 3/16/2022 at 12:04 PM, steviejay69 said:

As an aside to this, AMD dropped newer v4 chipset drivers on Monday 14/03.

Unrelated to this issue, they contain support for future processors due to land in April (Zen 3 refresh).

My advice would be to wait on v3 drivers unless you take a newer chip or AGESA Combov2 v1.2.0.7 or higher is released for your board.

 

I have installed the v4 drivers (without the issues mentioned in some quarters about the installation). Methodology here;

Download the v4 chipset drivers from AMD website

Uninstall the v3 chipset drivers

v3_uninstall_confirmation.png.26170e3e24ecec09cd707c006cbcd13a.png

Geek will remove the remnants (I deleted the C:\AMD\Chipset Drivers\logs folder manually), reboot

v3_remnants_geek_uninstaller.png.6ad3edaaaa3acf09c7661ef55726dd6d.png

Install the v4 chipset driver

v4_install_confirmation.png.81c256dc7d57dc79933fd6cb6f25f484.png

No errors during installation, reboot as prompted, everything seems just fine (logs included just in case). I shall recommend the v4 chipset drivers, provided the install methodology is on a clean install of Windows 10 or 11 (11 in this instance) or following this SOP.

AMD_Chipset_Software_Install.log AMD_Chipset_Software_Uninstall.log

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On 3/9/2022 at 8:19 AM, steviejay69 said:

Issues here

Windows® 11 Performance on Compatible AMD Processors | AMD (this is older)

Intermittent System Stutter Experienced with fTPM Enabled on Windows® 10 and 11 | AMD (this is newly acknowledged)

takeaway is 

  • Keep Windows updated (not preview code)
  • Run AMD chipset driver rev 3.xx.xx.xxx (or OEM higher)
  • Use 'Ryzen Balanced' Windows in power management options (really don't use overclocking or tweaking utilities and expect reliability, you can have fast or right, not both 😇 )
  • You may need AMD AGESA v1.2.0.7 when it lands for your board (via UEFI/BIOS update)

@BarryBL

Gigabyte has pushed AMD AGESA v1.2.0.7 to my board this week. Yet to install. Your board may also be updated.

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