Note: You do NOT have to follow the links I used. The specs are pretty laid out so you can source your own parts if you prefer.
You have to know how to solder VERY well. Experience in soldering TSSOP and SMD components is required.
Note the pin header should be keyed. You can cut a piece of the compatible pin and stuff it into the hole on the bottom row, the 3rd one from the right.
Note: if you are an amateur on soldering, this might not be a bad project to learn how to solder, since everything is quite affordable. Learn how to pre-tin SMD pads for caps and resistor, how to tack a chip in place, and then drag solder alone one side, then the other. We all have to start from somewhere.
Jam it onto your motherboard with power turned OFF (I don't have to teach you the basics, right?) For my motherboard, once booted into the BIOS, the chip is automatically recognized and ready to go. Windows 10 also recognized it without any fuss.
The firmware version on the chip might be quite out-dated and requires an update to work properly with Windows. Please check out the following guide on how to update the firmware on your TPM chip: