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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.
Windows 11 | Rog Maximus Z690 Hero | i9-14900K | Corsair Vengeance DDR5 4800mhz 64GB | MSI 4090 SUPRIM X | Apollo x16 | Quantum 2626 | ASUS ROG Swift OLED PG48UQ | H150i RGB Pro XT | AX1200i | Dark Core Pro SE | K100 RGB


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blackforce
Level 7
Turned PTT on in the bios on a ROG MAXIMUS XII FORMULA and now windows 11 will be good to go thanks phatmonkey.

Jesseinsf
Level 10
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

Glad you found it. You can also do a run command and type tpm.msc

toronto699
Level 13
run command tpm.msc Says TMP Ready To Use Does That Mean TMP Is Enabled , In Bios Of My GD30CI There Is No Security Option Or PPT In Bios There Is PCH ,
There Is No PCH-FW Option , Is TPM Enabled ? In Device Manager It Say "Security Devices - Trusted Platform Module 2"

W11 Health Check Said My i7-7700 is Not Supported By W11

Zardoc
Level 10
TPM also slows down boot. :rolleyes:

Zardoc wrote:
TPM also slows down boot. :rolleyes:


What Do You mean By Shows On Boot ?