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Motherboard TPM Compatibility List for Windows 11: Supported Chipsets and BIOS Settings

  • A compatible motherboard is not enough to install Windows 11 retail, you still need a compatible CPU.
  • Don’t know if your motherboard has a TPM 2.0 compatible module for Windows 11?
  • Here’s a list of all the motherboards from all manufacturers that can enable TPM in BIOS.
motherboard chipset

Windows 11’s biggest problem to date is that it won’t work on a lot of older hardware. That’s partly because of the TPM module requirement for security reasons. That, together with only recent CPU support (Intel 8th gen or Ryzen 2000 series) will make a lot of users angry if these points will actually be enforced by Microsoft on Windows 11 launch day.

If you want to check if your computer can run Windows 11 you can do so pretty easily, after you enable TPM, of course.

Motherboards That Can Run Windows 11: Supported Chipsets by Manufacturer

If you plan on buying a new computer and assemble it yourself, or you want to know for sure that your current motherboard fully supports Windows 11 I’ve gathered a list of all chipsets for all manufacturers to help you in this regard (source).

ASUS

IntelAMD
C621, C422, C246WRX80
X299TRX40
Z590, Q570, H570, B560, H510X570, B550, A520
Z490, Q470, H470, B460, H410, W480X470, B450
Z390, Z370, H370, B365, B360, H310, Q370Z370, B350, A320

Details: link

BIOS settings:

  • Intel: Advanced – PCH/FW Configuration – PTT – Enable
  • AMD: Advanced – AMD fTPM Configuration – TPM Device Selection – Firmware TPM

ASRock

IntelAMD
Z590, H570, B560, H510X570, B550, A520
Z490, H470, B460, H410X470, B450
Z390, Z370, H370, B365, B360, H310, H310CX399, X370, B350, A320
Z270, H270, H110TRX40
Z170, H170, B150, H110
X299

Details: link

BIOS settings:

  • Intel: Security – Intel Trust Technology – Enabled
  • AMD: Advanced – AMD fTPM Switch – AMD CPU fTPM

Biostar

IntelAMD
Z590, B560, H510X570, B550, A520
B460, H410X470, B450
H310X370, B350, A320
B250
J4105NHU

Details: link

Gigabyte

IntelAMD
C621, C232, C236, C246TRX40
X299AMD 500 series
Intel 500 seriesAMD 400 series
Intel 400 seriesAMD 300 series
Intel 300 series

Details: link

MSI

IntelAMD
Z590, B560, H510X570, B550, A520
Z490, B460, H410X470, B450
Z390, Z370, B365, B360, H370, H310X370, B350, A320
Z270, B250, H270TRX40, X399
Z170, B150, H170, H110
X299

Details: link

BIOS settings:

  • Intel: Security – Trusted Computing – TPM Device Selection – PTT
  • AMD: Security – Security Device Support – AMD fTPM Switch

Note these are just desktop motherboards. Laptop motherboard’s BIOSes have fewer options, but I suspect all have an option for TPM. Don’t quote me on that though.

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