Question Another TPM question

IBMJunkman

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I hate Microsoft. 😊

Mobo: ASRock B365 Pro4
CPU: Intel Core i5-9400F

Will this combo support Win 11 and TPM? If so which TPM module is needed? There are so many.
 

Tech Junky

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Skip the tpm and just use the Rufus bypass option of you want W11. W11 won't do much for 9 series CPU though. The mobo / CPU combo might not even need the tpm. Run the W11 check to see if it's needed.
 

OlyAR15

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You don't need a separate TPM module. The cpu should support ftpm already. Just need to enable it in the BIOS.
 

IBMJunkman

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I don’t have this system. My friend in another state does.

Looking at the manual online it appears the BIOS supports Trusted Computing. Since the CPU has what is needed what happens on the next Win 10 boot after turning it on?
 

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