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Can I use sTPM with windows 11?

Hello forum!

My Ryzen 9 5900x has sTPM on it. 
I was wondering if I can use it instead of "TPM" so that I can try windows 11 :) 

 

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1 minute ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

Yup, thats a compatible tpm for windows 11.

Most Ryzen CPUs have it so why so many users cry about the TPM issue.. 

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1 minute ago, S2GLmao said:

Most Ryzen CPUs have it so why so many users cry about the TPM issue.. 

Basically all ryzen + 6th gen intel and newer systems are fine tpm wise. But there are still lots of users on older systems.

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12 minutes ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

Basically all ryzen + 6th gen intel and newer systems are fine tpm wise. But there are still lots of users on older systems.

still whats the rush to move to a newer OS? 
I mean I want to try it but I am in no rush! win10 will have support until 2025.. 

 

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7 minutes ago, S2GLmao said:

still whats the rush to move to a newer OS? 

It's the same with all new things.
People want to be the first to try it, so they can talk about it. They wanna see what all the hype is about. It's just how things work.

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19 minutes ago, S2GLmao said:

still whats the rush to move to a newer OS? 
I mean I want to try it but I am in no rush! win10 will have support until 2025.. 

 

Well one issue is that 2025 isn't that far away. If they drop support then, I think there is gonna be a lot of computers stuck on un supported windows 10.

 

It seems like the cut off for windows 11 is about 2017/2018 era computers(depends on the exact system, so it works with systems about 3-5. years out of date at launch. Widnows 10 on the other hand supports most all core 2 duo systems fine, and those were about 10 years old at windows 10 launch. I for example have worked at places with hundreds of systems running windows 10 that all need to be replaced(at around 1k usd each) to get windows 11 in the next 4 years.

 

This may change, and I think they will make a lite version of something for the older systems of support windows 10 a bit longer so there aren't a ton of unsupported systems on the net.

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5 hours ago, S2GLmao said:

Most Ryzen CPUs have it so why so many users cry about the TPM issue.. 

1st gen Ryzens may have it , but arent "officially" supported by win 11. Thats why

5 hours ago, S2GLmao said:

still whats the rush to move to a newer OS? 

Its just plain 500 times better. Thats what

 

 

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