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Farken
Adept I

5900x FTPM NV corrupted nv structure repeated

every 4 or 5 daysevery 4 or 5 days

 

So i enabled FTPM for the windows 11 update and this happens every 4 or 5 days, i have re seated the CPU , cooler , ram and gpu. im still on win 10. i have pressed both "N" and "y" ( after i found out i wasn't running bit locker encryption).  is this a defective CPU ?  it was running fine without Ftpm enabled since install.

 

specs 

5900x 

3070

64gb G Skill 3600 ram 

NVME samsung evo 970 boot 

SSD 860 storage 

NVME crucial 1tb storage  x 2 

windows was a fresh install 

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Farken
Adept I

Re: 5900x FTPM NV corrupted nv structure repeated

so far gigabytes answer is to disable it.

obviously this is not an answer...

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User5309
Journeyman III

Re: 5900x FTPM NV corrupted nv structure repeated

Any Chance you could get a physical TPM 2.0 chip and try? Granted they are a bit spendy at the moment.

What board do you have and could the BIOS be updated?

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Farken
Adept I

Re: 5900x FTPM NV corrupted nv structure repeated

hi , it s the Aorus master x570 rev 1.2 and its running the latest Bios update.  with the TPM chip i hear you on that , i was looking for one but not selling my lungs for one.  I'm just annoyed this is all brand new Hardware that says it supports its and with the official support they tell me to just disable it.  

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User5309
Journeyman III

Re: 5900x FTPM NV corrupted nv structure repeated

You know which OS doesn't require TPM?  Linux.

Yes, I'm serious.

And it's working on this board. I'm going to install Linux on this exact board with the 5900x and play my games on that.

On your board, it sounds like either the fTPM function of the CPU or it's connection to UEFI is broken somehow.

I don't if it's emulated (software), or if there's an actual fTPM built into the CPU. In the former case, a BIOS update could fix it, but given Gigabyte's reply, it sounds like a device on the CPU itself.

Wish AMD would clarify this.

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