Windows 11: Which motherboards have TPM 2.0 and are they compatible?

Windows 11 will be released in its final version from the end of the year with new minimum hardware requirements. One of the new features required by the system is TPM 2.0, a chip that improves OS security.

While modern notebooks have the chip enabled, not all desktop motherboards have the feature currently active. To make life easier for consumers, several manufacturers have released lists of motherboards that have TPM 2.0 and should work with Windows 11.

O TechWorld separated the lists of motherboards with TPM 2.0 of the main hardware companies in the PC market. Check below which desktop hardware should run the system and how to enable the security chip in each product’s BIOS.

gigabyte

One of the leading companies in the PC hardware segment, Gigabyte revealed that much of its current product catalog features a TPM 2.0 chip. According to the company, users can enable the security functionality by opening the BIOS and finding the option Platform Trust Technology (PTT) on chips Intel and fTPM for platforms OMG.

How to enable TPM 2.0 in Gigabyte BIOS on an Intel Motherboard.

See the list of AMD and Intel motherboards from Gigabyte that support TPM 2.0:

Intel

  • X299 Series
  • C621 Series
  • C232 Series
  • C236 Series
  • C246 Series
  • C200 Series
  • C300 Series
  • C400 Series
  • C500 Series

OMG

  • TRX40 Series
  • 300 Series
  • 400 Series
  • 500 Series

Biostar

Manufacturer Biostar has published a list of motherboards equipped with the TPM 2.0 chip on its official website. The company said consumers can “easily” enable secure boot by accessing the hardware’s BIOS.

Intel

  • Z590 Series
  • B560 Series
  • B460 Series
  • H510 Series
  • B250 Series

OMG

  • X570 Series
  • B550 Series
  • A520 Series
  • B450 Series
  • X470 Series
  • X370 Series
  • B350 Series
  • A320 Series

MSI

MSI technical marketing posted on Reddit a list of motherboards with TPM 2.0 and even a brief video tutorial on how to enable secure boot in the BIOS. The function can be enabled in the menu “Security Device Support“.

The company points out, however, that the list of processors compatible with Windows 11 is still limited. In other words, although some old motherboards have TPM 2.0, the system might not work with the new OS from Microsoft due to the lack of CPU support.

MSI BIOSTPM 2.0 of MSI motherboards can be enabled in the “Security Device Support” tab of the BIOSSource: MSI/Reddit

Check out the MSI motherboard series that have TPM 2.0, as well as the chipsets that should support Windows 11.

Intel

  • 500 Series (Z590 / B560 / H510)
  • 400 Series (Z490 / B460 / H410)
  • 300 Series (Z390 / Z370 / B365 / B360 / H370 / H310)
  • 200 Series (Z270 / B250 / H270)
  • X299 (X299)

OMG

  • 500 Series (X570 / B550 / A520)
  • 400 Series (X470 / B450)
  • 300 Series (X370 / B350 / A320)
  • TR4 Series (TRX40 / X399)

asrock

In a press release, AsRock has released all motherboard series and chipset models that feature a TPM 2.0 chip. The function can be enabled in the security menu gives BIOS, following the nomenclature PTT for Intel and fTPM in hardware OMG.

asrock

Check out the list:

Intel

  • Intel 100 series (Z170, H170, B150, H110)
  • Intel 200 series (Z270, H270, B250)
  • Intel 300 series (Z390, Z370, H370, B360, B365, H310, H310C)
  • Intel 400 series (Z490, H470, B460, H410)
  • Intel 500 series (Z590, B560, H510, H570)
  • Intel X299 series (X299)

OMG

  • AM4 300 series (X399, X370, B350, A320)
  • AM4 400 series (X470, B450)
  • AM4 500 series (X570, B550, A520)
  • TRX40 series (TRX40)

ASUS

On its official website, ASUS released its current motherboards that have TPM 2.0 and also showed how to enable the BIOS function of its products. The company points out that virtually all of its current products have the security chip, but the component is disabled by default on desktops.

To enable TPM 2.0, the user needs to access the computer’s BIOS during boot and enter the Advanced settings menu. on PCs OMG, the function can be enabled in Trusted Computing, in the option Security Device Support.

for hardware Intel, TPM 2.0 can be activated in the tab SHP-FW Configuration, in the Advanced options, activating the function PTT, as shown below.

ASUSOn ASUS motherboards, TPM 2.0 can be enabled in advanced BIOS settingsSource: ASUS

Below, check out the list of Intel and AMD motherboard series from ASUS that have TPM 2.0.

Intel

  • C621 Series
  • C422 Series
  • X299 Series
  • Z590 Series
  • Q570 Series
  • H570 Series
  • B560 Series
  • H510 Series
  • Z490 Series
  • Q470 Series
  • H470 Series
  • B460 Series
  • H410 Series
  • W480 Series
  • Z390 Series
  • Z370 Series
  • H370 Series
  • B365 Series
  • B360 Series
  • H310 Series
  • Q370 Series
  • C246 Series

OMG

  • WRX80 Series
  • TRX40 Series
  • X570 Series
  • B550 Series
  • A520 Series
  • X470 Series
  • B450 Series
  • X370 Series
  • B350 Series
  • A320 Series

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