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MrBass13601
Adept I

Windows 11

I have a Gigabyte BRIX PRO / Ultra Compact PC kit GB-BSRE-1605 (rev. 1.0) that has an AMD Ryzen embedded V1605B chip. Microsoft's W11 check app they just released this month still claims it is not supported. Gigabyte states on their website it is supported, GIGABYTE BRIX Mini PC Features TPM 2.0 Support for Windows 11 https://www.gigabyte.com/Press/News/1935. It is a computer under 1 year old, released in December 2020 and I got it Spring of 2021. Is this computer supported and if it is, can someone inform Microsoft that is is and have it added to their list Windows 11 supported AMD processors?

 

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vialli100
Elite

Re: Windows 11

Have you enabled TPM 2.0 in bios?

 

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elstaci
MVP

Re: Windows 11

I see that the article you linked does indicate it supports TPM 2.0. So you would probably need to update the BIOS that will enable TPM 2.0 on it.

I don't see a BIOS Update except the original BIOS version installed on your Gigabyte model: https://www.gigabyte.com/Mini-PcBarebone/GB-BSRE-1605-rev-10/support#support-dl-bios

It is  possible that Gigabyte hasn't come out with the new BIOS version that will enable fTPM on your motherboard.

I suggest you open a Gigabtye Support ticket and ask them if the original BIOS (F5) for your motherboard has fTPM feature or not.

MrBass13601
Adept I

Re: Windows 11

Thank you for the reply. TPM 2.0 was enabled in the UEFI by default.

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MrBass13601
Adept I

Re: Windows 11

Thank you for the reply. TPM is enabled on my computer, Windows 11 app claim the processor is not on the accepted list by AMD. I will contact Gigabyte and see if they can fix the issue. I figured it was an AMD issue as it states the processor is not on the list.

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MrBass13601
Adept I

Re: Windows 11

I wanted to share what the Microsoft Windows PC Health Check Setup app shows. Which it shows the processor isn't supported. Screenshot20210927222805.pngScreenshot20210927222852.png

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vialli100
Elite

Re: Windows 11

It's not an AMD issue, It is a Microsoft issue as they are the creators of Win 11 and the list..

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MrBass13601
Adept I

Re: Windows 11

Microsoft does create the list, but the processor list must come from each manufacturer, and I wasn't sure if this processor got missed.

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elstaci
MVP

Re: Windows 11

Unfortunately the reason why your AMD Embedded V1695V is not listed or failed the Win11 App is because it belongs to the ZEN 1 Generation of processors.

Microsoft very recently said that all ZEN processors will not be compatible with Windows  11:https://www.cnbc.com/2021/08/27/microsoft-windows-11-will-be-compatible-with-more-pc-chips.html

"Microsoft said in a new blog post on Friday that Windows 11 won’t support AMD Zen 1 chips, although it will be compatible with seventh-generation Core X and Xeon W chips."

According to CPU World your processor is ZEN. To be compatible it must be a ZEN+ or newer processor:

Screenshot 2021-09-21 175910.png

MrBass13601
Adept I

Re: Windows 11

Does that include embedded processor, as this computer has embedded processor.  This computer has a AMD Ryzen Embedded V1605B with Radeon Vega 8 Graphics.

 

I was able to chat with a rep at Microsoft. He said my computer will support W11. He said it is an issue with their software, still and it is something Microsoft is well aware of. He said that on the 5th of Oct, I should be able to download it and it should work.