- Dec 10, 2010
- Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Elite
- Mobile Phone
Yes, you're right, well explained.With TPM, I think you have to buy a TPM chip and plug it into your mobo. Then you enable it.
With PTT, this is part of the Intel chipset, so no separate purchase is necessary. In other words, if you have a TPM chip, you can use this, but if you don't, the later generations of the Intel Processors can use PTT...
My mobo has the connector for an extra TPM2 chip. It's empty.
When I enable TPM and PTT in BIOS, TMP2 menu refers to PTT as TPM2 interface type: