One of the system requirements for Windows 11 is TPM 2.0. Many people may wonder: Does my computer support TPM 2.0?
TPM 2.0 technology is found in Intel 100 series and newer chipsets and AMD Ryzen processors. Therefore, for these motherboards with TPM 2.0 support, an external TPM is not required because the chipsets and processors already have an embedded firmware TPM (TPM). All you have to do is enable the Security Device Support option in your BIOS settings.
Below is a list of MSI motherboards with TPM 2.0 support. This table shows MSI motherboard chipsets and series that support TPM 2.0.
MSI Intel 500 Series
MSI Intel 400 Series
MSI Intel 300 Series
MSI Intel 200 Series
MSI Intel 100 Series
MSI AMD 500 Series
MSI AMD 400 Series
MSI AMD 300 Series
MSI Threadripper Series
- This is NOT a list of Windows 11 compatible motherboards, it simply means the motherboard BIOS supports TPM 2.0;
- Visit the Intel website for more information on TPM 2.0 support for Intel chipsets;
- Intel 6th / 7th generation and X-Series 9000 / 78xx processors are not included in the Windows 11 compatible processor list as of July 1, 2021;
- The Ryzen 1000 series and Ryzen Threadripper 1000 series (Zen1) processors are not included in the Windows 11 compatible processor list as of July 1, 2021. Visit Microsoft for more information on Windows 11.