TPM Module for Gigabyte Motherboard

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  1. Steve C's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
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       #11

    markky99 said:
    I have the same mboard (2nd PC), and bought the similar Foxconn TPM, v1.2. Fits after cutting off the key, but not recognised in bios. Perhaps the 1.0/1.2 difference is the reason?
    I discovered the same after buying their module. I got my money back since the product ad on eBay didn't show the protruding key. I didn't risk using it by cutting off the key. I'll wait and see the final CPU & TPM requirements for W11 or if there is a fix if TPM 2.0 is needed. I was planning an upgrade anyway and am happy to wait to see the final W11 requirements. Component prices might have reduced too.
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  2. rqt
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    Windows 10 mainly 64 bit
       #12

    I bought that Foxconn TPM 1.2 module module, cut the key off & fitted it to my Gigabyte Z170 motherboard.

    I had to enable the TPM module in BIOS & also enable Intel PTT before it was recognised at all - after which it apparently has given me TPM 2.0 (according to both BIOS & Windows 10).

    Whether it gets me the release version Windows 11 installed remains to be seen - but for £3 it was worth a punt.

    (Enabling Intel PTT on its own was also ineffective as my CPU apparently does not support it)
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