Microsoft recently unveiled Windows 11, and now hardware manufacturers are working to ensure that their products are fully compatible with the new version of Windows. Asus also recently announced which of its motherboards are compatible with Windows 11.
Based on Official information available on the Asus website, Now we know which motherboards of this brand support Windows 11. However, Asus says that Windows 11 has not been officially released yet, and there may be inconsistencies with the insider preview build, as the formal hardware evaluation process has not been completed.
Asus also notes that the user is responsible for any risks and possible events if you install the Windows 11 Insider preview. The company refuses to accept any responsibility for possible damage caused by the installation of Windows 11 on your system. Obviously, installing new operating systems, especially in the testing phase, has its own risks and can put your information at risk.
As mentioned earlier, Windows 11 requires at least one 64-bit dual-core processor with a minimum processing frequency of 1 GHz, 4 GB of RAM, and 64 GB of internal storage. For more information, you can refer to the relevant article, but one of the most challenging components required for Windows 11 is the TPM 2.0 chip, which is used to improve system security.
All of the above motherboards have TPM 2.0, but the company emphasizes that it is better for users to check the activation of this chip. To check the activation of this chip, tips on Asus official website Published that can help you. Earlier in the article, we provided a complete list of Intel and AMD processors that support Windows 11. For a closer look at these processors, you can go to the pages related to processors Intel And AMD Visit the official Microsoft website.