Microsoft last month Windows 11 had officially announced the operating system. Along with a visual overhaul, Windows 11 increased the minimum system requirements and also made it mandatory to support TPM as well as Faith Boot. Apart from that, Microsoft had published a list of CPUs that will also support Windows 11 at launch.
Consequently Asus, Gigabyte and MSI, hardware manufacturers have also published a list of hardware that will be compatible with Windows 11. The list includes already built systems as well as motherboards that will support Windows 11 at launch.
While Asus has published 2 lists for laptops and All in one computer category, it displayed its motherboards in this list. While all new motherboards and laptops support TPM, Asus also includes a user guide on how to enable TPM on its motherboards.
Gigabyte has confirmed that all its motherboards, including the AMD TRX40, 300 Intel X299, C621, C232, C236 and more, are TPM 2.0 ready and will pass Windows validation check. Unfortunately, the company has not released a list of laptops and desktops that will support Windows 11.
While MSI has also published its new list to support Windows 11, AsRock also has Intel and AMD.