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2021/06/26 09:21:35 (permalink)
Hi all recently i checked windows 11 pc health check and found out for installing windows 11 we need Trusted Platform Module 2.0 but i dont know evga provides the hardware module




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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/26 10:09:02 (permalink)
    I am not familiar with the X299 BIOs but most CPUs made within the last 5 years should have TPM. Go into your BIOs and see if there is a setting for TPM or Intel PTT and enable it. 

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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/26 10:45:26 (permalink)
    The 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.
     
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/26 11:13:41 (permalink)
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    The 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.
     


    Did you Add a TPM 2.0 module to the MB ?
     
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/26 11:42:37 (permalink)
    I did not have to install any TPM 2.0 module. Once Intel PTT was enabled the windows system detected the change on the reboot and install the module drivers. I have an Intel 10980XE installed. I do have a Tobi Eye tracker installed but do not use the face/eye hello windows feature. 
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/26 12:07:34 (permalink)
    Link: 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)
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/26 12:39:00 (permalink)
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    Link: 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)


    Nope, I still have a X299 system with a 7960X and after enabling TPM in the BIOS (ASUS X299 Prime) it passes as Windows 11 ready just fine. That list doesn't look complete or maybe is only listing TPM 2.0 module CPUs. I also know a few people with Intel 7700K and 6700K systems that are passing as Windows 11 ready after finding the TPM toggle in their BIOS. 
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/26 13:49:30 (permalink)
    Ah, 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.
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/26 20:09:44 (permalink)
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    Ah, 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.


    TPM 1.2 is also supported though they don't make it very clear in the initial page. Basically any CPU released in about the last 8-10 years should support Windows 11 just fine out of the box provided you can enable TPM in the BIOS of your board and that may be another bag of worms as some lower end boards may not have even bothered to put a setting for it in the BIOS. Though it's still early days for Windows 11, they'll likely sort it out as the release gets closer. 
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/27 04:18:14 (permalink)
    does 9980xe support ?




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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/27 04:23:31 (permalink)
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    does 9980xe support ?


    If the CPU was made within the last 5 years then it should support TPM

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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/27 08:19:50 (permalink)
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    does 9980xe support ?


    Considering my 7960X is Windows 11 ready after enabling TPM in the BIOS your 9980XE should be fine as well. JUst find the setting in your BIOS under either "trusted computing" or "secure boot" or similar. It'll be in there just have to find the toggle. 

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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/27 10:45:54 (permalink)
    This is very good news
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/28 13:31:17 (permalink)
    7000 series, 9000 series and 10000 series intel CPUs are all the same exact clones on X series with faster clocks and a few tweaks to PCIE, yes you will all be fine for windows 11, just go enable PTT in bios and wait and see... You are all fine
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/28 23:36:24 (permalink)
    Just a heads up: I have a X299 FTW K, I9-9980XE. I ran the Windows 11 health check, and was told my system didn't support it. 
    I called EVGA, and was Told to hit the windows key and R and type TPM.msg. That if the system gave me options I could enable it, and if it could not find TPM on my system, that I could not upgrade. (This was NOT True) I just Could Not believe a system I built a year ago, wouldn't support it, so I kept Looking (After foolishly Buying a MSI create Mother board, and a MTP modual) both Back ordered), Tonight still disappointed I tried again to get into BIOS  Hint if your running SLI, You may have to try the other card to get the bios, and flash Screen....  There is a setting PTT, under advanced; that enables this feature, Reboot, and run the test again, and Bingo, I am now windows 11 compatible, and will get the free upgrade when available. Also Note, Windows has taken down the health check APP, saying they are updating it to add more information, But I still had the old app, in my download file. 
     

      
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/29 00:56:18 (permalink)
    The health check app was rather incomplete so I'm glad to see that Microsoft is making it better. 

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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/29 01:32:55 (permalink)
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    Ok, I got it installed. Windows insider addition.

      
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/29 08:05:24 (permalink)
     
     
    I emailed EVGA about my x299 Dark on BIOS v1.09 running 7920x. This is their response although it seems incomplete. 
     
    I haven't tried updating my BIOS yet. I figured I'd through it out here since more people will  be curious about this PTT location in their BIOS.
     
     
    "Hello

    The X299 will support PTT on BIOS 1.23 : BIOS => ADVANCED => Trusted Computing=>Intel PTT Support=> Enable

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    I emailed them back about the incomplete response and haven't heard from them yet. I emailed them back late last night so I'm expecting an answer today or tomorrow. I do see I that BIOS v1.17 talks about the PTT too.
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/29 10:16:17 (permalink)
    https://allthings.how/list-of-all-intel-and-amd-processors-not-supported-by-windows-11/
     
    Lists the Intel® Core™ i7-7920HQ ProcessorQ1’17 as NOT supported, But your X299 Dark, is.
    It's my understanding that Microsoft has Pulled the health check app, and is reviewing and considering changing the approved processor list to be more inclusive.If it helps, I am Running American Megatrends Bios version 1.23 4/13/2020, UFI, on my system.
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/29 10:57:11 (permalink)
    My friend and I was talking about the differences in the list from several websites and what others were saying on other social media. Allthings.how seems to have the most comprehensive site so far. If this holds true then when the time comes to move to Window 11 I'll either upgrade the CPU or move on to the Z590 or the future Z690 ... maybe the Z1090 mobo the way supplies are going.

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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/30 02:02:04 (permalink)
    I managed to install the leaked beta version of Windows 11 on a spare SSD.

    I’m using the X299 Dark mobo with i9 10900X. All I had to do was turn on Intel PTT in the BIOS for the installation to work.

    To be fair though, Windows 11 feels like it could easily have been a Windows 10 minor update. I didn’t see much in the way of performance boosts. Then again this is just a very early build.

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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/06/30 02:50:49 (permalink)
    TPM 2.0 modules prices 300% up overnight, welcome scalpers
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/07/03 09:37:44 (permalink)
    x299 support with windows 11 and all processor from Core™ i7 7800X support got confirmation form Microsoft




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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/07/04 11:22:12 (permalink)
    Thanks KMoore for the information. I got it to work on my 299 Dark i9 7920x. 

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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/07/05 13:59:37 (permalink)
    Ditch that X299 board like I did get yourself and AMD processor with a B550 motherboard no problems

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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/07/06 13:52:53 (permalink)
    My second rig is an EVGA X299 FTW-K with i7 7820X and I enabled TPM in the bios.  Under Security Devices in Device Manager, it now shows Trusted Platform Module 2.0

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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/07/20 19:21:21 (permalink)
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    Ditch that X299 board like I did get yourself and AMD processor with a B550 motherboard no problems


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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/07/29 08:25:42 (permalink)
    MS officially says that Windows 11 will only work on Gen 8 Intel and Gen 2 Ryzen and higher...
     
    Even though Insider preview allows to be installed on older CPUs, the final product won't.
     
    This could be end of line for Intel Skylake X
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/07/29 09:48:40 (permalink)
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    MS officially says that Windows 11 will only work on Gen 8 Intel and Gen 2 Ryzen and higher...



    Where did you see them saying that, please?
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    Re: WINDOWS 11 SUUPPORT FOR EVGA X299 MOTHERBOARDS 2021/07/29 18:41:13 (permalink)
    I thought MSFT was walking back the TPM requirement for W11?
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