Best answer: Absolutely, and your PC might already have it. In the BIOS on AMD PCs it’s known as fTPM.
But there are absolutely no issues with AMD PCs running a TPM, especially as Microsoft has actually mandated its inclusion since 2016. Whether it’s a hardware module or a firmware-based solution, AMD systems are well covered.
If you built your own desktop, in particular, the BIOS is the first place to look. Somewhere in the advanced settings, you’ll find an option for “fTPM” or “AMD fTPM switch” that you will need to enable. Once you save and reboot the PC you’ll be good for Windows 11.
Why a TPM matters for AMD PCs
Of course, this isn’t the only requirement to getting Windows 11, but it’s been one of the more confusing. If you don’t have fTPM on your PC or a hardware TPM then you may need to buy one. But hold off on that until you’re absolutely sure, and after the price gouging has been brought under control.
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