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drih

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About drih

  • Title
    Newbie

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Occupation
    Game Developer

System

  • CPU
    Intel® Core™ i7-2630QM
  • Motherboard
    -
  • RAM
    16 GB DDR3 1600MHz
  • GPU
    NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 540M
  • Case
    -
  • Storage
    1TB HDD
  • PSU
    -
  • Display(s)
    -
  • Cooling
    -
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G100s
  • Mouse
    Logitech G100s
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  1. The PC has Physical TPM and as far as I know we don't enable the BitLocker, for Firmware/Software based TPM though, I'm not entirely sure, but since it's OEM it probably have one.
  2. What if I only use the CPU and then put it back (the office PC won't be turned on until I put the original CPU back in)?
  3. As far as I know we don't enable the BitLocker. That's good to know.
  4. So I have my PC with Core i3-8100F 2060 16GB And as a part of Work From Home, we can take the office PC back home and it has Core i7-8700 Quadro P400 (yes, P400) 16GB Now, you've might guess it, I want to use the Core i7 in my PC because I think it would be better since I have better GPU and better cooling (not that it matter so much) And if you ask why not put my 2060 to the office PC, because its case is small and the power supply is lower than mine. (the PC is OEM) As the title has suggested, the office PC have TPM installed, So, what would happen if I take the CPU out of the office pc's motherboard and use it on my pc's motherboard, and then for some time in the future when I have to return the pc, I put the CPU back into the office PC's motherboard? Will it somehow disturb its integrity? Or is it going to be fine because TPM's job is only to make sure nothing breaks the system integrity and secure the data? I've only read a little about TPM (so CMIIW), in short, it's basically for securing data with software and hardware capabilities like encryption, and I kinda feel it bounds to every hardware installed when the TPM was present. EDIT: The whole Office PC is OEM (HP)
  5. Don't worry, I've already prepare for that. So, no any OS settings to be changed or tweaks like that? Thanks, but I actually have all required drivers prepared already, so yeah just need to execute the install part
  6. If there's already things / guide like that please let me know. So, recently I've bought a new 240GB SSD for my system drive, I'm going to upgrade my old laptop by upgrading it's main system drive to SSD. And I willing to do the clean setup, the OS I was going to install is Windows 10 Pro. As the title suggest, is there any thing that I should do before and/or after I install the OS ? Or just by Clean Install the OS is just fine as it is ? Thanks in advance.
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