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    Lightbulb ฺBold proof Kabylake X Skylake X SKUs supported by WIndows 11

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    Core i9 7980XE ( Skylake X SKUs ) on Microsoft Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.51

    Many friends ask me about Microsoft CPU support list for Windows 11.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...tel-processors

    Some people running on Kabylake X and Skylake X SKUs worried about their CPUs which not on Microsoft list above.
    I can bold proof here your CPU capable running Windows 11 when its final release.

    Kabylake X and Coffeelake are the same microarchitect ( Skylake Microarchitect based )
    Skylake X SKUs and Skylake SP are the same microarchitect. ( Skylake SP Microarchitect based )

    See on video link below how good was Skylake X SKUs perform?
    <font color="#99ff00">https://youtu.be/ReSzvNsjYUU






    Last edited by restsugavan; 06-29-2021 at 02:51 AM.
    Windows 11 22H1 Build 22463.1000 Core i9 7980XE 02006COA MCU 2021-06-16 R6E 3501 MODDED BIOS TPM 2.0 Enabled VROC 7.6.0.1023 + RST 18.31.1.5256 ME FW 11.12.86.1877 DV 2124.100.0.1096 64GB DDR4 3200 XMP POSEIDON 1080i GTX NVIDIA Driver 510.10 WHQL 3TB SAMSUNG 970 EVO PLUS OMS Driver 18.36.3.1019 WHQL i219 V OROM 0.1.00 BA 0.1.16 12.19.1.37 WHQL AQC 107N FW 3.1.121 AQC 3.0.19.0 WHQL Realtek HD 6.0.9228.1 WHQL SAMSUNG ODYSSEY G9 49 NEO FW 1006 VESA HDR 2000 DP

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    stop posting spam, people can use the windows checker tool to check if there systems support windows 11.

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    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by restsugavan View Post
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    Core i9 7980XE ( Skylake X SKUs ) on Microsoft Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.51

    Many friends ask me about Microsoft CPU support list for Windows 11.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...tel-processors

    Some people running on Kabylake X and Skylake X SKUs worried about their CPUs which not on Microsoft list above.
    I can bold proof here your CPU capable running Windows 11 when its final release.

    Kabylake X and Coffeelake are the same microarchitect ( Skylake Microarchitect based )
    Skylake X SKUs and Skylake SP are the same microarchitect. ( Skylake SP Microarchitect based )

    See on video link below how good was Skylake X SKUs perform?
    <font color="#99ff00">https://youtu.be/ReSzvNsjYUU






    Thanks for the information Bud!

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    Quote Originally Posted by restsugavan View Post
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    Core i9 7980XE ( Skylake X SKUs ) on Microsoft Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.51

    Many friends ask me about Microsoft CPU support list for Windows 11.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...tel-processors

    Some people running on Kabylake X and Skylake X SKUs worried about their CPUs which not on Microsoft list above.
    I can bold proof here your CPU capable running Windows 11 when its final release.

    Kabylake X and Coffeelake are the same microarchitect ( Skylake Microarchitect based )
    Skylake X SKUs and Skylake SP are the same microarchitect. ( Skylake SP Microarchitect based )

    See on video link below how good was Skylake X SKUs perform?
    <font color="#99ff00">https://youtu.be/ReSzvNsjYUU






    yeah, thanks for all the heads up! good work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveOrDie View Post
    stop posting spam, people can use the windows checker tool to check if there systems support windows 11.
    If you are not going to contribute anything, go with your intelligence to save the world ... go go !! Didn't you know that the checking tool was removed? God...
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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveOrDie View Post
    stop posting spam, people can use the windows checker tool to check if there systems support windows 11.
    Kid number 1 in ROG forums lurking around
    these people don't know how to say thanks or respect ...
    if you dont like this forums just go to kid where you live

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    Quote Originally Posted by restsugavan View Post
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    Core i9 7980XE ( Skylake X SKUs ) on Microsoft Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22000.51

    Many friends ask me about Microsoft CPU support list for Windows 11.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...tel-processors

    Some people running on Kabylake X and Skylake X SKUs worried about their CPUs which not on Microsoft list above.
    I can bold proof here your CPU capable running Windows 11 when its final release.

    Kabylake X and Coffeelake are the same microarchitect ( Skylake Microarchitect based )
    Skylake X SKUs and Skylake SP are the same microarchitect. ( Skylake SP Microarchitect based )

    See on video link below how good was Skylake X SKUs perform?
    <font color="#99ff00">https://youtu.be/ReSzvNsjYUU


    Hi restsugavan,

    Many thanks for this information. I strongly hope you are correct. Why should we have to replace our Core i9 7980XE CPUs when they are more than capable of running Windows 11?

    I ran the Microsoft PC Health Checker application (just before it was taken down) and it confirms my system can run Windows 11. Like you, I have a TPM v2.0.

    I realize the Core i9 7980XE does not offer hardware mitigations for Meltdown/Spectre vulnerabilities and this is perhaps why Microsoft would choose to only allow 8th gen Intel CPUs or higher but is it such a big deal that the Core i9 7980XE could use software mitigations instead e.g. Reptoline?

    Asus published their list of Windows 11 CPUs and motherboards and the 7980XE is not on it:

    https://videocardz.com/press-release...e-motherboards

    I am becoming concerned. I will be watching this thread closely for more news. I really do not want to purchase an Intel 10980XE.

    Thanks again for keeping us informed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JTZ1032 View Post
    Hi restsugavan,

    Many thanks for this information. I strongly hope you are correct. Why should we have to replace our Core i9 7980XE CPUs when they are more than capable of running Windows 11?

    I ran the Microsoft PC Health Checker application (just before it was taken down) and it confirms my system can run Windows 11. Like you, I have a TPM v2.0.

    I realize the Core i9 7980XE does not offer hardware mitigations for Meltdown/Spectre vulnerabilities and this is perhaps why Microsoft would choose to only allow 8th gen Intel CPUs or higher but is it such a big deal that the Core i9 7980XE could use software mitigations instead e.g. Reptoline?

    Asus published their list of Windows 11 CPUs and motherboards and the 7980XE is not on it:

    https://videocardz.com/press-release...e-motherboards

    I am becoming concerned. I will be watching this thread closely for more news. I really do not want to purchase an Intel 10980XE.

    Thanks again for keeping us informed.
    interestingly, 99x0X and 9980XE does not show up either on the windows 11 compatibility CPU list you linked to....
    Only 109x0X/XE shows up among the X299 CPUs. hm...

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    Tell me there is some way to get a system with a Rampage III Black Edition mb and Intel i7 six core 990x CPU to run WIndows 11, please. And how?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JTZ1032 View Post

    Asus published their list of Windows 11 CPUs and motherboards and the 7980XE is not on it:
    There are at least a few CPUs not on that list that are fine. My 9980xe is not, for example but it is fine.

    The Health Check app will tell you if you are ready. In my case changing stuff in the Bios was all that was needed. If your CPU is less than four years old you should but may not be fine.

    But then, have you seen this list? There is no way of knowing how accurate it is though. Note that it unfortunately lists 7980xe as not being supported.

    https://allthings.how/list-of-all-in...by-windows-11/

    Before giving up though, there are a few things to consider:

    1. Your Bios. Is it UEFI? This is required.
    2. Your Bios. Can you switch TPM (or PPT or whatever) on?
    3. If your Bios is UEFI but you cannot simply turn on TPM, is it possible for you to get the TPM hardware chip?
    4. If you do get the TPM hardware chip, will it be enough? Maybe yes, maybe no.
    5. Formal requirements for Windows 11 have not been written in stone yet.
    Last edited by Super Gnome; 07-05-2021 at 10:16 PM.

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