Jay RosHow could you identify your AGESA version? I searched about it a lot but couldn't find a way.
It is an issue even acknowledged by AMD (as we can see on that link), but I don't think we'll ever get a bios update for that. I'm still waiting for that bios update on an ASUS TUF FX505DT from 2019. AMD says we require a BIOS update with AMD AGESA 1207. My laptop is still on AGESA 1004.
RiseBeyond_yes is the same but when i don't know how to read the "recorded" data (i'm new with this kind of things)
Hi I have a asus rog strix g15/G513RW it has a 3070ti and ryzen9 6900hx cpu. I have experienced a stutter at random times as well I would like to confirm it’s the same one you have.
so first when it happens my audio sounds like it’s under water with a robot filter and slowed down and my mouse goes choppy like if it’s reporting 3fps. The stutter only last 2-3 seconds and can happen at any point during use. It happens 1-2 times a day. The task manager pretends like it never happend. The only times It happens is on the desktop, on google, and especially on Netflix also when dragging a program on your screen. Also I can’t reproduce it he stutter no matter how hard I push the Gpu
I would also like to ask if you experienced other things with it and you said you recorded hwinfo where exactly did it report the problem in that program and if it did not let me know if you found nothing.
Thanks I hate this issue, it does not stop me from doing anything but the thought of spending 3k on a laptop and it stutters for no reason drives me mad
Small thing, the stutter rarely happens in games and never happens in deamding games like cyberpunk