I've been with Windows 11 since launch with a 3700X and I do not have any stuttering issues.
... Similar situation here!
x570 Aorus Master (see sig), and I started running fTPM in the bios ~ two years
before I upgraded from Win10 Pro to Win11 Pro, and that was more than 18 months ago!
Time flies, so I've been running fTPM without stutter or any other related problems
in both Win10 and Win11 for at least 3.5 years
, through numerous bios & OS & device driver upgrades, not mentioning major changes to my hardware in that time (CPUs, GPUs)--and never had an issue with it. Except for these posts I occasionally read in various forums that speak of fTPM, I haven't even thought about fTPM. (It's been as perfect/trouble-free as a feature can be, imo.)
For people still "worrying" about fTPM these days, I give this bit of free but heartfelt advice ...instead of reading what other people write about problems they have decided are the fault of this or that hardware in their
systems, if you can try the hardware feature in your own system
simply by throwing a bios switch and rebooting--well, by all means, do so and worry not
. You'll soon discover whether fTPM-caused stuttering is something you have to worry about, or it isn't! That's worth all the third party, armchair detective work in the world, imo!
I see this constantly in other forums--people would rather read what other people write about their systems than to take a few minutes to turn something on
in their own system and...take it from there. Reading the various and innumerable opinions of other people about their problems that are published on the Internet is a great resource if and when you have already discovered that you have a problem
in your system. Third-party opinions can be great aids in that situation!
But, third-party opinions about problems people don't even know if they have,
are great time-wasters
, imo. Good advice is to see if you have a problem
before taking the time to worry about it...