How to Turn On TPM on ASUS Motherboards for Windows 11?

Make your computer compatible with Windows 11 by enabling the TPM feature on ASUS motherboards.

As it is known, Microsoft; introduced Windows 11 with a new design, new start menu and more. Although Windows 10 and kernel revision are – at least for now – the same, some artificial requirements have been added to the system and TPM 2.0 is one of them.

Test your hardware compatibility

Before you begin, we recommend that you test your hardware for compatibility with Windows 11. In addition to the Windows 11 system requirements, check if your motherboard is in the list of compatible ASUS motherboards below.

Intel AMD
All models of Intel 300, 400, 500, DOMINUS, X299, C246, W480, C422, C621 series. All models of AMD 400, 500, TRX40, WRX80 series.

If your computer is running the latest version of Windows 10 and meets the above requirements, you can upgrade your computer to Windows 11. Let us remind you that you can check your computer’s compatibility with Windows 11 using the test program distributed by Microsoft. If you have received a TPM error with this program, you can continue reading our article.

TPM 2.0 Activation

Motherboards with Intel chipset

  1. Press “Delete” button when ASUS logo appears to enter BIOS.
  2. Follow the path “AdvancedPCH-FW Configuration”.
  3. Activate the “PTT” option. (You can handle this by saying “Enabled” instead of “Disabled”.)

    the aforementioned setting.

  4. You can save your changes and exit by pressing the “F10” key.

motherboards with AMD chipset

  1. Press “Delete” button when ASUS logo appears to enter BIOS.
  2. Follow the path “AdvancedAMD fTPM Configuration”.
  3. Set “TPM Device Selection” to “Firmware TPM”.
  4. You can save your changes and exit by pressing the “F10” key.

If you get an image like the one below after running the Microsoft test tool again, you’re done!


We have taken an important step in preparation for Windows 11 by enabling the TPM 2.0 feature on your computer with an ASUS motherboard. You can express your opinions and suggestions as comments, and you can ask your questions on Social.

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