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UPDATED: Windows 11 (TPM chip)

phatmonkey
Level 9
UPDATED THIS POST TO PREVENT CONFUSION:
No TPM chip in Maximus Xiii which is a requirement for Windows 11 is now solved, in short most modern Intel CPU's have it's own TPM module under the name of PTT which can be enabled in the Bios, you do not need to buy additional chips for your motherboard header if a header exists.
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imacken
Level 8
phatmonkey wrote:
I noticed the latest Windows build requires TPM enabled, I just ran a get-tpm in Powershell which tells me there is no such chip on my system so therefore no option to enable in bios which means we wont be able to install Windows 11.
If I am wrong can someone clarify,
Cheers
Ryan

UPDATE: Found it in the BIOS under a different name PTT, panic over lol


where is PTT in BIOS?

I enable PTT and save changes. It confirms the changes. And then I go back and look and its disabled again. Im on a Strix Z490I. No clue.

imacken wrote:
where is PTT in BIOS?


Under advanced look for PCH FW Configuration 🙂
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restsugavan
Level 14
You can bypass TPM 2.0 chip checking easily.

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The TPM 2.0 used only oem systems not DIY.
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qUAanA
Level 10
any luck? i am curious too
I read that TPM 2.0 chip needs to be installed on the TPM header on this board to take advantage of this.
I ordered one

RedSector73
Level 12
phatmonkey wrote:
I noticed the latest Windows build requires TPM enabled, I just ran a get-tpm in Powershell which tells me there is no such chip on my system so therefore no option to enable in bios which means we wont be able to install Windows 11.
If I am wrong can someone clarify,
Cheers
Ryan

UPDATE: Found it in the BIOS under a different name PTT, panic over lol


https://rog.asus.com/motherboards/rog-maximus/rog-maximus-xiii-hero-model/spec
1 x SPI TPM header (14-1pin), you would need this module 'TPM Asus SPI module'

RedSector73 wrote:
https://rog.asus.com/motherboards/rog-maximus/rog-maximus-xiii-hero-model/spec
1 x SPI TPM header (14-1pin), you would need this module 'TPM Asus SPI module'

No you don't. Just enable PTT under PCH-FW Configuration like OP mentioned.

Ran the Microsoft PC Health Check on my Strix z590 E before seeing this thread and said Wins 11 wasn't compatible on my PC . Enabled PTT in bios after reading post here and now I'm all good for Windows 11. Thank you all 😄

RedSector73 wrote:
https://rog.asus.com/motherboards/rog-maximus/rog-maximus-xiii-hero-model/spec
1 x SPI TPM header (14-1pin), you would need this module 'TPM Asus SPI module'


MrEWhite wrote:
No you don't. Just enable PTT under PCH-FW Configuration like OP mentioned.


Look at original OP question, it claims no TPM which is incorrect, there is provision for it. I was only correcting this not claiming this was better method or right way to go in fact I made no claim but you assumed WAY to much from my post.