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Wired2Fire is ready for Windows 11

Our systems engineers have been working hard to make sure all our hardware is ready for Windows 11. All  of our motherboard have been tested and all support the latest TPM 2.0 out of the box and if ordered before October 5th will be ready to upgrade to Windows 11. Look out for with Windows 11 ready icons on all our PCs.

Why Windows 11?

Superior Graphics

With the introduction of AutoHDR all gamers will get the benefits of stunning HDR gaming! AutoHDR adds (HDR) High Dynamic Range enhancements to a standard dynamic range (SDR), so long as it was built using DirectX 11 or higher.

Amazing Speed

DirectStorage is another feature introduced with the latest consoles, and leverages the power and performance of NVMe SSDs to shunt assets directly to the GPU, side-stepping any potential CPU bottlenecks that might otherwise occur.

Incredible Selection Of Games

With the Xbox app being built into your Windows 11 PC it means you hav access to the entire Xbox Game Pass library from your PC.

How to enable TPM 2.0

Here is a complete list of all MSI motherboards with TPM 2.0 support. Please note that this is not a list of Windows 11 compatible motherboards but rather a list of motherboards in which their BIOS supports TPM 2.0.



How to enable TPM in BIOS

Go to BIOS and find the item “Security Device Support” to enable TPM 2.0.


Click BIOS 5 – If your BIOS features Click BIOS 5, you’ll find “Security Device Support” in “Settings\Security\Trusted Computing”. Enable “PTT” on an Intel motherboard, or “AMD CPU fTPM” on an AMD motherboard.

How to Check the TPM Status

You can check if the TPM is enabled and what the TPM version is in BIOS or Windows 10. 


In BIOS – After “Security Device Supported” is enabled, press the F10 key to save and exit BIOS. Go back to BIOS and you’ll find the TPM version on your PC.