The global-leading motherboard manufacturer, ASRock, reveals both Intel and AMD motherboards support list for Windows 11.


To use Windows 11, TPM 2.0 is required. However, TPM 2.0 verification can be passed by firmware TPM (PTT on Intel platform; fTPM on AMD platform) built in BIOS, which means TPM 2.0 hardware module is not necessary for Windows 11. If you are interested in trying the latest operating system, no need to worry about lack of TPM module. Go check the support list and setting method below.

Intel Motherboard Support List

Generation Supported Chipset
*Intel 100 series Z170, H170, B150, H110
*Intel 200 series Z270, H270, B250
Intel 300 series Z390, Z370, H370, B360, B365, H310, H310C
Intel 400 series Z490, H470, B460, H410
Intel 500 series Z590, B560, H510, H570
Intel X299 series X299

*The actual support may be varied based on official release of Windows 11 by Microsoft®.

How to Enable Intel Platform Trust Technology (PTT) in BIOS:

  1. Go to “Security page” to find the “Intel® Platform Trust Technology” option.
  2. Enabled “Intel Platform Trust Technology” under UEFI BIOS.

AMD Motherboard Support List

Generation Supported Chipset
*AM4 300 series X399, X370, B350, A320
*AM4 400 series X470, B450
AM4 500 series X570, B550, A520
TRX40 series TRX40

*The actual support may be varied based on official release of Windows 11 by Microsoft®.

How to Enable fTPM in BIOS

  1. Go to “Advanced” \ “CPU Configuration” page to find [AMD fTPM switch].
  2. Adjust “AMD fTPM switch” option to [AMD CPU fTPM].

For more information, please check: https://www.asrock.com/support/faq.asp?id=500

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