Try many solution to solve it but not work at all , at first I think that I got a defective product but after a while I heard that AMD announced that is a bug from FTPM and it will be fix on early may .
AMD also give an advise to disable FTPM before getting bios update that will be launch on May.I also know that on other laptop they have an option to disable FTPM (for ex. Lenovo Legion )but I don't know why on ASUS laptop there's no option for disable FTPM.
Now I saw that MB on PC already got beta bios update for AGESA 220.127.116.11 since early may but on the ASUS laptop still ain't. I hope that BIOS update will release soon.
And I kinda have to hate on all the reviewers online, I watched a lot of those before buying the unit and noone mentioned this bug. Actually noone mentioned a lot of the bugs. For instance my units liquid metal had spilled everywhere before even getting to me.
maximo58 wrote: Isn't it possible to disable it by software?, like in the windows device manager or through regedit?
No. It must be disabled via the BIOS.
I also have the G17 with Ryzen 5900HX and 3070, and this issue (which is absolutely caused by the fTPM bug acknowledged by AMD, regardless of what ASUS says to try to weasel out of it) makes the laptop useless for my main purpose, which is live professional audio. The "stutter" shows up in the audio playback and throws off timing, ruining a performance.
That said, my system did just get a BIOS update to version 330 yesterday, so I'm hoping (but prepared for disappointment once again) that this one includes AGESA 18.104.22.168 from AMD which is known to fix the issue.
It just blows my mind that the ASUS BIOS engineers that work on their desktop motherboards seem to be completely on the ball about this (pretty much every one of their DT motherboards now has AGESA 22.214.171.124 and no more stuttering with fTPM), but their laptop division seems desparate to remain in denial about this obvious problem, which has an obvious and simple solution.