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TPM for Intel NUC 513RYH- Intel Core i3 -5010 ?

gertou
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Hello, please,  I have an  mini PC -intel NUC 513RYH -i3 core 5010  which has no TPM.  -  is there a plug in module to adapt this board ? for compatibility  futur  WIN 11 ? 
Thank you.
gertou

 

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gertou
Novice
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Hello,

thank you all for this information.
indeed my Intel NUC mini PC is already old  (2015 ? )
if i want  WIN 11 ,  then i should buy a new one compatible in 6 months?

if not I stay in WIN 10 ... 

Thank you

gertou

 

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AlHill
Super User
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Your nuc does not have tpm (or ptt), and there is no plug in module.   Also, your processor is not (currently) on Microsoft's approved list, nor is it likely to be.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Windows 11 is the new Vista]

n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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That's incorrect; PTT *is* supported in these NUCs. Unfortunately, it *is* correct that MS will not likely support this far back in the processor generations. They are "looking" at the 7th gen (Kaby Lake in general) now, but some are doubting they will even complete that testing.

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AlHill
Super User
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Yep, sorry @gertou  , I flubbed this.  I looked specifically at TPM in the doct, and not at PTT.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Windows 11 is the new Vista]

gertou
Novice
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Hello,

thank you all for this information.
indeed my Intel NUC mini PC is already old  (2015 ? )
if i want  WIN 11 ,  then i should buy a new one compatible in 6 months?

if not I stay in WIN 10 ... 

Thank you

gertou

 

powerarmour
Valued Contributor I
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@gertou wrote:

if i want  WIN 11 ,  then i should buy a new one compatible in 6 months?

if not I stay in WIN 10 ... 


Be patient, while it's unlikely that your CPU will be included on 'official' support lists, it doesn't mean that it'll flat out refuse to work with Win11.

We won't know for sure until the final build is released, then you'll be able to make a decision.

gertou
Novice
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 @powerarmour   thank you for this wise advice. better to wait. I'm not in a hurry.

 

n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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I agree; wait until at least the release announcements...

...S

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