Though it would typically be a TPM 1.2, you can really use any module that meets the pinout of the 20-pin connector on the board. The layout is as follows:
It's been a long time since I was in discussions regarding these TPM modules. I vaguely remember there being a compatible TPM modules from Asus. I found two that might fit the bill:
Now, I have to say that I can't be 100% sure. The modules have the right number of pins and the keying connector is in the right place, but that's all I can glean. These pages do not detail the pinouts of these modules.
Still, I hope this helps,
Thanks for the info. I ended up buying a new computer. I contacted Gigabyte and they said it wasn't made for my computer. In doing research about the Asus TPM I found that originally they would have come with CD which had programming on, but this one didn't come with programming. Maybe someone with some skills that I don't have could make either of these work, but it's beyond my ability.