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2021/08/20 09:46:25 (permalink)
Does anyone who has this board or just know if BIOS for the x299 Micro ATX 2 has an option to turn on Intel PTT ( TPM )?
 
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    Re: x299 Micro Atx 2 BIOS 2021/08/20 09:54:06 (permalink)
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    Re: x299 Micro Atx 2 BIOS 2021/08/20 13:47:00 (permalink)
    In the BIOS under Advanced->Trusted Computing Enable Intel PTT Support
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    Re: x299 Micro Atx 2 BIOS 2021/08/21 09:10:34 (permalink)
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    In the BIOS under Advanced->Trusted Computing Enable Intel PTT Support




    Thank you!  I found the same info, but usually only in reference to x299 Dark and/or x299 FTW K.  I get that the x299 Micro ATX 2 is a lower end board in comparison to those and it wouldn't surprise me if BIOS is as fully featured.
     
    I don't own the board, but am kind of shopping around and I like the x299 Micro ATX 2 for the form factor.  I know I could just do Ryzen or whatever, but I got a i9-10900x for $200 from a buddy ( his board died on him and he went Ryzen vs buying a replacement board ) and for some labor ( diy bathroom re-model ).  It might not be much of an upgrade for me since I already have a i7-6950x on a x99 Micro 2, but it's a few years newer so why not.
     
    Thank you for the info!
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    Re: x299 Micro Atx 2 BIOS 2021/09/01 07:36:52 (permalink)
    Low end? Not.  I have all three motherboards mentioned and they are all multi-tasking monsters with a Core i9-10920X.  The Micro 2 is actually my game system for several years now.  No complaints.  Unless you really need more PCIE slots, an argument could be made that by using the Dark when a Micro 2 will do fine in a much smaller package too, you were trying too hard to overcompensate for something. 
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