i have one Asus Rog strix AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX RTX3060 16gb Ram. My pc has small freezes (for seconds) when playing games, watching videos or even listening to music.
I dont know what do or check more :c
I have my asus and i check all the uptades .
Someone can help me please? :C What to chek more (drivers, bios version..)
I have exactly the same problem on same laptop. AMD said months ago that it would release an update for ftpm, but still nothing has been released and the problem has not been fixed. I did not find any solution for this problem on my laptop. What a disappointment for AMD
My computer was already with Windows 11 and yours ??
What I did last week was taking the computer to a computer store. They formatted the computer and put Windows 10 (it originally left with this)
After installing the latest drivers again and everything right the PC has worked perfectly. I have tested on games, watching videos on YouTube and music on Spotify and nothing has happened.
Perhaps it would be some stress with extra drivers.
AMD have recommended it once again, and I only use the "My Asus" to transfer the necessary drivers for my computer specifically. And I only use to download the drivers or bios you don't have if you already have the PC I don't transfer. For example the last model of BIOS to use is the 320, it asks to download again, but as it already had this is not necessary to do it again.
Then just pay attention to and download the last versions of the drivers that our PC uses (sound, graphics, Wi-Fi).
Here you can see the last ones specific to ours (I guided here):
I say again, I just guided myself! All I downloaded was through the "My Asus" application.
Hope this helps!!! Then leave feedback please!
All the best for you!
Thanks for the help, I'm currently having this problem on Windows 11. Even though my drivers are all updated, I will download and install again from my Asus to see the result. And the thing that I noticed is that this problem does not exist in Windows 10 because tpm is not required. Therefore, if the Windows version is not important, the action that can be taken to fix the problem is to return to Windows 10
After testing for exactly 20 days with windows 10 the pc did the same thing again. I was really sad.
What I did again was to install the 11 all right again and check if I have all the drivers updated. I installed it again around the 21st of December. So far it has been "normal".
I have been checking for updates through windows uptade, I also look at MyAsus, Armory Crate and also look at graphics drivers through nvidia experience
Let's see if you don't have problems again.
I'll come back to give feedback later
I just talked to my friend who has the same laptop and he said that he has never faced this problem (on Windows 11). So it seems that maybe there is something more than the ftpm software issue that AMD mentioned in their article that is causing this to happen to some devices.
I actually have the same problem with an Asus ROG Strix G15 G513RW-HQ133 (the second I use, the first one I used the guarantee because of this problem). With the new one, I have the same problem.
My processor is an AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX (is it possible that be because of Ryzen 9? Incompatibilities or something).
Do you find the solution?
So far the pc has been normal. What I did were the steps above. At the end of the month, I'll come back here to give feedback and tell you if, after formatting and installing Windows 11, it's still normal or if it has the freezing problems again. take care guys
Good morning, I actually can't quite identify the origin of the problems.
From what I've read this would be a TPM-derived problem, but I can't be sure if it's really that or just that.
What I've done so far is to exclude points that are easier to check.
First was to eliminate the possibility that Windows 11 was installed incorrectly.
Another thing that I wanted to eliminate with the formatting and reinstallation was the fact that I had a conflict of drivers and they could be causing some kind of conflict.
Summing up what I explained above, I did the formatting and installing everything again and everything newer, then even with Windows 10 I felt this (the problem continued after exactly 20 days). At the same moment I thought, "I'm going to reinstall Windows 11 because the PC is "asking" to update. I did everything correctly and up to date and again with Windows 11 installed I haven't noticed anything strange.
I've been testing the pc with games mainly, listening to music and watching videos on youtube.
From here if the problem returns I will have to send it to the warranty because there is nothing else I can do by myself.
Try to do that too, nothing is lost, just save everything before formatting.
Then give feedback.
"exactly after 20 days" could it be some windows update related problem ? installing something in background ?
after reinstalling did you installed again all these asus 3rd party software , or did you let you system the more light as possible ? because i know i had problem too with things like ASUS AI for example (and uninstalling the software didn't change anything , because after installing ASUS AI it modifies things in windows HPET and it wasn't inversed with uninstalling etc)
The problem returned yesterday. I'm really sad.
I was watching some videos on youtube and it happened.
After testing in games everything was ok. The only thing I installed "new" was Autocad 2023. But no pirated versions. I am taking a refresher course and have installed a student version provided by autodesk.
I think all I can do is take the pc to a shop, report the problem and possibly send it in for warranty.
Before that, I'll call customer service.
I'm really sad.
I really don't know what could happen with the computer.
Tomorrow I'll send it to Asus so they can try to identify and correct the problem.
As soon as I have news, I'll come back here to give feedback.
I would try to lower CPU or GPU clock speed, because it sounds like they could be driven too hard. Sometimes this causes stutters. If you have something like Ryzen Master in use, try capping clock speed to something like 4GHz, or reduce voltage or something for testing.
This logic might even make sense.
But there is a situation that I ended up testing and verifying. These episodes happen both when I have the pc connected to the plug working or playing (turbo mode for example) and they also happen when it is only on battery, listening to music or working in word or even watching movies (in performance mode and energy saving)
Then I would keep task manager open and set processes to be listed by CPU usage. Then use computer so that task manager is visible on side of screen all the time. Maybe you can spot some process which appears on top every time there is a hiccup.
It really is a good tip.
I'll try to see something today before it goes under warranty tomorrow.
Still, isn't it strange that such a good machine has these problems?
When I tested it with Windows 10 I didn't have autocad installed and only had a few games. And he gave the same problem.
The same games moved to windows 11 and the only new program I installed was autocad. And as I mentioned, he did the same thing out of nowhere.
As I've seen reports that this happens to people and there are others that I don't find strange.
This is really weird
Yesterday I did the test with the task manager open on the side and the pc did that episode a couple of times.
I simply opened youtube and let some videos run.
I didn't see any time when the computer was underloaded.
Today they come to collect it to go to the warranty to test.