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does fTPM take up CPU resources?

rmr
Level 9

What is better?

I'm seeing there has been audio problems with fTPM

audio problems ftpm - Google Search

Seems to be AMD cpus mostly, Im with a  intel i913900ks here... but still, I need perfect, zero problem audio...

Is a physical TPM module the best/safest/mission critical bet?

 

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Vynra
Level 12

the ftpm stutter was only for the ryzen 5000 series as far as we can tell. you need tpm on for windows 11.

12-14th gen has been out for a while and there have been 0 reports of audio cutout. i think your fine.

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Vynra
Level 12

the ftpm stutter was only for the ryzen 5000 series as far as we can tell. you need tpm on for windows 11.

12-14th gen has been out for a while and there have been 0 reports of audio cutout. i think your fine.

Okay, good to know, I nabbed the ASUS TPM-SPI card off Amazon for $40 or so, just in case. I'll probably use it anyways, just so nothing weird is going on when I'm tracking 200 channels of audio.