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ASUS motherboard upgraded BIOS 6 / 7 years ago, and core 6 / 7 can also install win11

via:驱动之家     time:2021/8/27 20:35:14     readed:272

Two months ago, Microsoft released the win11 system. The hardware requirements really tormented everyone. In addition to the hard requirements of TPM 2.0, Microsoft limited the minimum CPU requirements of win11 to generation 8 core and later, and a large number of skylake and kabylake users were eliminated.

However, ASUS did not give up these old users,Recently, some older motherboards have started to upgrade BIOS, the earliest of which can be traced back to the 100 series motherboards in 2015, that is, the 6th generation core skylake series, and the 7th generation core kabylake series, supported by the 200 series motherboards.

According to Microsoft's definition, generation 6 and 7 core CPUs are no longer supported, but in fact, we all know that there is no problem with normal installation. ASUS should have been tested now.

However, in order to avoid potential trouble, ASUS also said it was not sure whether the final version of win11 would support it.

In addition to the CPU support range, the main changes in this wave of motherboard BIOS upgrades are related to the TPM,In the previous BIOS, the TPM was turned off by default. After upgrading the BIOS, it will be turned on by default,In this way, win11 detection has passed this level.

For details, please refer toASUS official website.

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