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    19044.1586 - 21H2 Pro x64
       #311

    Where does the leaked Windows 11 ISO fit into this table?



    Source: Preparing for Insider Preview Builds of Windows 11 | Windows Insider Blog
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  2. Posts : 2,655
    trying to install win10
       #312

    here , and the next few posts show how to do it

    Watch what is next for Windows event on June 24, 2021
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  3. Posts : 4,457
    Win 11 Pro 22000.708
       #313

    steve108 said:
    Where does the leaked Windows 11 ISO fit into this table?

    (snip)

    Source: Preparing for Insider Preview Builds of Windows 11 | Windows Insider Blog
    I don't think it fits. And MS has been trying to get the version, whatever it may be, expunged from the Web. DMCA invocations.
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  4. Posts : 1,193
    Windows 10 Pro
       #314

    I'll express what may be a contrarian view. To be clear, I'm not purchasing any new laptops or doing significant upgrades to my desktop. So my hardware today is my hardware when I have the opportunity to upgrade to Win 11. And I expect that this TPM brouhaha and other issues to be sorted out by then.

    In the meantime, to quote Macbeth, Act V, scene 5,
    It is a tale ... full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing.
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  5. Posts : 7,130
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
       #315

    ICIT2LOL said:
    Yes Steve I have found the construction manual for the board and it is a 20-1 pin configuration and finding the TPM module for it is I think going to be impossible. So it looks like like you am going to be stuck with10 and then have to run 10 in an unsupported system unless we get some large cash injection to be able to buy a new desktop with one of these modules on board. Such a waste though eh?
    I have no new notifications?
    PS check your notifications mate
    I have no new notifications? I have a shortlist of X570 Gigabyte and Asus boards to build a new PC but the TPM 2.0 modules are not in stock in the UK. Fortunately these boards have firmware TPM support which can be set in the BIOS (fTPM).
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  6. Posts : 7,130
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
       #316

    ICIT2LOL said:
    Well that's is good to know because I have my own build with an Ivy Bridge CPU (3rd Gen) and I have been searching for a TPM module for the board and so it turns out that even if I get a TPM module the CPU is not going to be compatible.
    Very annoying as the machine is crammed with a lot of good gear and works perfectly well - so much for me being loyal to Microsoft over the years eh?
    Same for me. I have a i5-3570K CPU on a Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H motherboard. The system is still snappy and runs demanding games like Flight Simulator 2020 OK using a RTX 2060 Super GPU. It's unkind to the planet to be expected to scrap such perfectly fine PCs to satisfy the crazy demands of Microsoft. My motherboard has a 20 pin TPM 1.2 connector but of course the Gigabyte TPM module needed is unavailable. You can't use another manufacturer's TPM since there is no common TPM module interface standard and the pin outs differ.
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  7. Posts : 9,511
    Windows 10 Pro on all on various machines version 21H2 and running Window 11 on one desktop without
    Thread Starter
       #317

    Steve C said:
    Same for me. I have a i5-3570K CPU on a Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H motherboard. The system is still snappy and runs demanding gams like Flight Simulator 2020 OK using a RTX 2060 Super GPU. It's unkind to the planet to be expected to scrp such perfectly fine PCs to satisfy the crazy demands of Microsoft.
    Yes Steve it is I agree.
    As for the notifications I sent you a PM mate maybe it didn't go through eh?
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  8. Posts : 19,241
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #318

    Steve C said:
    Same for me. I have a i5-3570K CPU on a Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H motherboard. The system is still snappy and runs demanding games like Flight Simulator 2020 OK using a RTX 2060 Super GPU. It's unkind to the planet to be expected to scrap such perfectly fine PCs to satisfy the crazy demands of Microsoft. My motherboard has a 20 pin TPM 1.2 connector but of course the Gigabyte TPM module needed is unavailable. You can't use another manufacturer's TPM since there is no common TPM module interface standard and the pin outs differ.
    It's all about security, not performance.
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  9. Posts : 7,130
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
       #319

    ICIT2LOL said:
    Yes Steve it is I agree.
    As for the notifications I sent you a PM mate maybe it didn't go through eh?
    I have no PMs since 3 June
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       #320

    Steve C said:
    Same for me. I have a i5-3570K CPU on a Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD5H motherboard. The system is still snappy and runs demanding games like Flight Simulator 2020 OK using a RTX 2060 Super GPU. It's unkind to the planet to be expected to scrap such perfectly fine PCs to satisfy the crazy demands of Microsoft. My motherboard has a 20 pin TPM 1.2 connector but of course the Gigabyte TPM module needed is unavailable. You can't use another manufacturer's TPM since there is no common TPM module interface standard and the pin outs differ.
    Looks like TPM 1.2 is going to be incompatible with Windows 11 anyway after all so then it wouldn't even matter the fact the module is unavailable, right?
    Why Windows 11 is forcing everyone to use TPM chips - The Verge
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