vonwickThe setting is in the bios under Intel PTT. I enabled it and rebooted (it did a double reboot) and then loaded Windows 10, did the TPM 2.0 update and then needed another restart. After that, the hardware passes the Windows 11 requirements.
z999z3mystorysLink: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/design/minimum/supported/windows-11-supported-intel-processors Seems like you'll need a i9-10900x i9-10920x, i9-10940x or i9-10980xe Processor for windows 11 on an x299, the 7000s and 9000s CPUs aren't listed (for x299 anyway)
z999z3mystorysAh, really? TPM 2.0 is listed as a requirement too : https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/whats-new/windows-11-requirements Edit: from what I can see, it seems like TPM 2.0 can come either from the CPU, or an chip in the motherboard, I was thinking you needed both, but it seems either is an option, from what I can tell. hadn't researched into i that much.
startekselvadoes 9980xe support ?
rsabatinoDitch that X299 board like I did get yourself and AMD processor with a B550 motherboard no problems
nekrosoft13MS officially says that Windows 11 will only work on Gen 8 Intel and Gen 2 Ryzen and higher...