ASRock today announced the list of its motherboards that will support Windows 11. As you know, TPM 2.0 is required for running Windows 11 and TPM 2.0 verification can be passed by firmware TPM (PTT on Intel platform; fTPM on AMD platform) built-in BIOS.
This means that TPM 2.0 hardware module is not necessary for Windows 11. For users who are using ASRock motherboards, they can enable PTT and fTPM from Bios to enable their hardware to use Windows 11. The motherboards list contain both AMD and Intel motherboards that can enable these settings for Windows 11.
Here are the two methods-
Enable Intel Platform Trust Technology (PTT) in BIOS
(a) Go to “Security page” to find the “Intel Platform Trust Technology” option.
(b) Enabled “Intel Platform Trust Technology” under UEFI BIOS
Enable fTPM in BIOS
(a) Go to “Advanced” \ “CPU Configuration” page to find [AMD fTPM switch].
(b) Adjust “AMD fTPM switch” option to [AMD CPU fTPM].
Intel Motherboard Support List
|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|
Actual support for 100 and 200 series may vary
AMD Motherboard Support List
|AM4 300 series||X399, X370, B350, A320|
|AM4 400 series||X470, B450|
|AM4 500 series||X570, B550, A520|
Actual support for 300 and 400 series may vary