My PC has an Asus Prime A320 MK Motherboard, a Ryzen 3 2200G CPU, an NVIDIA GeForce GT 1030, 16 GB of RAM, and a 430 Watt Power Supply. PC Health Check says it can't detect if my motherboard has a TPM 2.0 chip in it or not. It also says I need to upgrade my CPU. I may need a larger power supply to support whatever components I need to upgrade. I want to upgrade to Windows 11 whenever my most used software (MS 365 Desktop, Minecraft: Java Edition, MS Edge Browser, STEAM) no longer supports Windows 10. I would like to know what components I need to upgrade to support Windows 11. I might upgrade my hardware to support Windows 11 even if I don't switch OS versions at that time as long as I can afford the parts. I would also like to know what price range to expect for the components suggested. I do not have a budget other than, I need it to be cheaper than buying a new Desktop PC with Windows 11 already installed on it would cost. The STEAM games I play the most are TT Games LEGO Games, Disney Dreamlight Valley, Stardew Valley, Fortnite, Minecraft, and Star Wars The Old Republic MMO. So I don't have a very demanding set of video games I want to be able to continue playing on my PC.
Hi, at the least expensive, you would just need a motherboard and cpu. We have some bundles with CPU, Mobo and Ram that are a really good deal right now.
You need to enable TPM in the BIOS but yes, Asus 320 boards should have it:
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