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AMD announces BIOS update against stuttering in Windows 10/11

After numerous users reported performance issues related to an activated TPM 2.0 (fTPM) feature, AMD has now announced a BIOS update. The upcoming update aims to fix stuttering on Windows 10 and 11. Despite several updates to Windows 10 and 11, so-called “stuttering issues” have been reported on more and more systems lately.

Computers with Ryzen CPUs and Trusted Platform Module (TPM) enabled should crash briefly. In addition to a stuttering mouse pointer, the sound must also be distorted. It doesn’t seem to matter which app is running. AMD has now identified the cause of the performance issues and promised a BIOS update.