AMD Officially Confirms Stuttering Bug For Some Windows 10 And 11 Users

In recent weeks, cer­tain Win­dows 10 and 11 users run­ning an AMD CPU have report­ed stut­ter­ing prob­lems. AMD has con­firmed the bug and iden­ti­fied its cause–the Firmware Trust­ed Plat­form Mod­ule (fTPM). AMD says it’s work­ing on a per­ma­nent solu­tion, unfor­tu­nate­ly this won’t arrive until May. How­ev­er, there is a workaround for this issue in the meantime.

For the short-term, AMD rec­om­mends you use a hard­ware TPM (dTMP) ship if your moth­er­board can sup­port it.

If you’re look­ing for a fix that does­n’t mean buy­ing any­thing extra, some Red­dit users have stat­ed they’ve turned fTPM off in their devices–fixing the issue. Turn­ing off fTPM dif­fers from moth­er­board to moth­er­board, but most can be done in the BIOS. Always remem­ber to back up your com­put­er when doing your own tampering.

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