Thank you for getting back to me. Regarding the performance degradation, I did not do any benchmarks myself. I merely assumed that since the issue has been recognised by AMD, every machine is affected. Looking at the changelog , however, it does appear that the fix is in the power management plan and not in any of the drivers. On the ASUS laptop, the plan used is "ASUS recommended", not "AMD recommended". So in an ideal case someone would need to check whether whatever was changed by AMD needs to be ported over to the ASUS plan.
Regarding the modern standby, I initially installed amd_chipset_software_4.09.23.507.exe, whql-amd-software-adrenalin-edition-22.5.1-win10-win11-may10.exe and experienced problems with modern standby with it. I then uninstalled both and installed the ASUS drivers, APU_DriverOnly_DCH_AMD_F_V27.20.1022.5Sub1_22440.exe. The problems did not go away as I initially reported. I have then realised that some of the newer versions of the driver remained installed. I have thus uninstalled them manually from the device manager and installed the ASUS driver again. I believe that this did not help either, unfortunately but I will check again to be sure and report back. It appears that the issues occur whenever the PC is suspended long enough for windows to attempt to wake it up for maintenance. Here is the updated sleep study:sleepstudy-report.html
It would be great if at least the modern standby issues could be fixed. The product page mentions free upgrade to Windows 11, which together with providing Windows 11 drivers indicates that this configuration is expected to work. Thank you for your consideration.