[SOLVED] 3770K TPM

leonsk29

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Certain Intel CPUs include a firmware TPM. Does the Intel Core i7 3770K include a firmware TPM? I can't seem to find the info anywhere. Please help.
 

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tpm is on the motherboard


check here
 
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leonsk29

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tpm is on the motherboard


check here
I know, a physical TPM is on the motherboard, but I want to know if my CPU supports a fTPM.
 
An i7-3770K system CAN be compatible with Windows 11.
SOME of the motherboards for that CPU have TPM headers. AFAIK, you just have to buy a compatible TPM 2.0 module, enable it in the UEFI/BIOS (along with secure boot) and Windows 11 should work. Just check your motherboard manual.
I wouldn't do anything YET as requirements may change.
I know there are different TPM header types (20-1 and 14-1..) but I don't know if there are other requirements. Such as a specific module for Asus or whatever. Probably generic, but I don't trust Internet answers (I know I'm giving one).
 

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An i7-3770K system CAN be compatible with Windows 11.
SOME of the motherboards for that CPU have TPM headers. AFAIK, you just have to buy a compatible TPM 2.0 module, enable it in the UEFI/BIOS (along with secure boot) and Windows 11 should work. Just check your motherboard manual.
I wouldn't do anything YET as requirements may change.
I know there are different TPM header types (20-1 and 14-1..) but I don't know if there are other requirements. Such as a specific module for Asus or whatever. Probably generic, but I don't trust Internet answers (I know I'm giving one).
But does such a module exist that works with such an old motherboard? The ones that work with 8th gen and up motherboards, may not work with older ones. Each board manufacturer also has their own modules, so not all i7-3770 motherboards are equal. If it's a prebuilt, that also adds the complication that you have to figure out who made the motherboard and whether or not any of the modules that you might be able to buy today will work with it.
 

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