Windows 11 Compatible System Rollup | Intel Core i5 11400

Windows 11 has been introduced and the first developer release will be with us next week. We also collected a system compatible with the new operating system.

TPM 2.0 support is currently the first requirement for a Windows 11 compatible system. We are saying right now because Microsoft can abandon this decision and it should pass. However, this insistence continued, in this case, it is useful to pay attention to the TPM 2.0 support when buying a new system. In the system we gathered today, Intel’s to B560 chipset We are using ASUS PRIME B560-PLUS motherboard with Intel’s Platform Trust Technology (Intel PTT) brings TPM 2.0 support to the system. Of course, this feature Enabling from BIOS needs.

B560 and DDR4-3200 MHz

B560 chipset brings overclocking support for memory. We also turned on XMP to run our Crucial Ballistix BL8G32C16U4RL 3200 MHz memories at 3200 MHz, but the first attempt failed. The solution is simple: update the motherboard’s BIOS to the latest version. Otherwise, your memories will not go above 2666 MHz. 0820 version BIOSAfter switching to XMP 1, our memories started to run at 3200 MHz without any problems.

Now that everything is ready, we can install Windows 11 on our Intel Core i5 11400 processor system. Of course, since there is no new Insider version yet, we installed the leaked developer version, but this version also works relatively smoothly and we have successfully performed the game tests!

Windows 11 Compatible Processor

Windows 11 Compatible System Features

Here are the features of our system, which runs Windows 11 without any problems -it’s a hassle now:

  • Core i5 11400 Processor
  • Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML120L V2 RGB MLW-D12M-A18PC-R2 CPU Cooler
  • ASUS Dual RTX3060-012G Graphics Card
  • ASUS PRIME B560-PLUS Motherboard
  • Crucial Ballistix BL8G32C16U4RL 2×8 16 GB DDR4-3200 MHz RAM
  • Crucial P2 500 GB SSD
  • ASUS TUF Gaming 550W PSU
  • ASUS TUF Gaming GT301 Kasa

Along with the system, you can also get ASUS’s VG279QM model 27″ 1Ms 280Hz monitor at a discount.

The author, who was introduced to computers in the 2000s, wrote articles for CHIP and LEVEL magazines as well as CHIP Online in 2007 and became the Hardware Editor of CHIP, Turkey’s best selling technology magazine in 2010. Recep Baltaş, who made more than 1000 product reviews during this period, left this position at the end of 2011 and started to work as a Marketing Specialist in ASUS Turkey. The last stop of Baltaş, who is a true Technopat, is Technopat.net.


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