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  1. GIGABYTE A520M S2H Motherboard (Model:A520M S2H) [newegg.com]
  2. AMD Athlon 3000G Picasso CPU (Model:YD3000C6FHBOX) [newegg.com]
Motherboard Specs
  • Support for Ryzen 5000 Series with BIOS UPDATE
  • Supports AMD Ryzen 5000 Series / 3rd Gen Ryzen and 3rd Gen Ryzen with Radeon Graphics Processors
  • AMD AM4 Socket
  • Dual Channel DDR4, 2 DIMMs
  • 4+3 Phases Digital PWM
  • PCIe 3.0 x16 Slot
  • 1 x NVMe PCIe 3.0 x4 M.2 Slot
  • ALC887 Audio Codec
  • Blazing Fast 1GbE LAN
  • Rear D-Sub, DVI & HDMI Support
  • Q-Flash Plus - Easily Flash Your BIOS
  • RGB FUSION 2.0
  • mATX Form Factor
CPU Specs
  • 14nm 35W
  • 4MB L3 Cache
  • 1MB L2 Cache
  • AMD Radeon Vega 3
Also available, swapping motherboards, is the AMD Athlon 3000G Picasso + ASRock A520M-HDV Motherboard combo [newegg.com] for $109.98.
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will win11 install on it
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will win11 install on it
Not likely without an add-on TPM. Don't believe others that tell you that the AMD CPU is enough since I fell into this trap a few months back. I picked up an AMD 3700X with a cheap ASROCK motherboard (no TPM).

I tried to install Windows 11 and I was told that it was not compatible. I tried playing with the dTPM (I think?) settings in the BIOS and it was enabled - yet Win11 would not go.

The Gigabyte board DOES support paying extra though for the module. I have one for my i7-6700k system.

1 x Trusted Platform Module (TPM) header (2x6-pin, for the GC-TPM2.0_S module only) <-- Header means that you can purchase the GC-TPM2.0_S ($20) later.


I was curious since the price is low, but don't expect a lot for 2c/4t.
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Can this run Windows 3.1?
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Can this run Windows 3.1?
Yes but no workgroups
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Athlon? Is this 2003 all over again?
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Quote from TodayOnly :
will win11 install on it
You shouldn't have a problem with this mobo bit there also patches out there that can over ride the tpm chip issue

Edit
I just looked it up on gigabytes site it does have tpm support for windows 11
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Athlon? Is this 2003 all over again?
Haha it's a 18 month old processor and not too bad for the combo price
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>Gigabyte

no thanks. I prefer the PC components I buy to not explode.
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Can this run Windows 3.1?
Lol 3.1 ? taking us all way back
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Not likely without an add-on TPM. Don't believe others that tell you that the AMD CPU is enough since I fell into this trap a few months back. I picked up an AMD 3700X with a cheap ASROCK motherboard (no TPM).

I tried to install Windows 11 and I was told that it was not compatible. I tried playing with the dTPM (I think?) settings in the BIOS and it was enabled - yet Win11 would not go.
You absolutely do not need a TPM addon for the Athlon 3000G -- I was running one on a B450 motherboard a few months ago and installed Windows 11 on it before I upgraded. If you're running into TPM issues with a 3700X you need to verify your settings because you're almost certainly doing it wrong.

More importantly I'm not entirely sure the Athlon 3000G will work with an A520 motherboard... its not on the supported CPU list so if it works its unsupported.
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The original MSRP of this APU was $49. I know because I've purchased fifty of them for my arcade cabinet business. At that price they were a deal. At $85 its a hard pass for just the APU. The bundle is not a bad price. It's just where it should be at for MSRP.
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You absolutely do not need a TPM addon for the Athlon 3000G -- I was running one on a B450 motherboard a few months ago and installed Windows 11 on it before I upgraded. If you're running into TPM issues with a 3700X you need to verify your settings because you're almost certainly doing it wrong.

More importantly I'm not entirely sure the Athlon 3000G will work with an A520 motherboard... its not on the supported CPU list so if it works its unsupported.
I'm not sure this is true. Isn't the TPM either built into the motherboard or a socket insert if it is supported. In other words, isn't it not the CPU that matters really, but the motherboard?
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Not likely without an add-on TPM. Don't believe others that tell you that the AMD CPU is enough since I fell into this trap a few months back. I picked up an AMD 3700X with a cheap ASROCK motherboard (no TPM).

I tried to install Windows 11 and I was told that it was not compatible. I tried playing with the dTPM (I think?) settings in the BIOS and it was enabled - yet Win11 would not go.

The Gigabyte board DOES support paying extra though for the module. I have one for my i7-6700k system.

1 x Trusted Platform Module (TPM) header (2x6-pin, for the GC-TPM2.0_S module only)
How did you get a copy of windows 11 if it isn't released yet?
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Quote from duijver :
Not likely without an add-on TPM. Don't believe others that tell you that the AMD CPU is enough since I fell into this trap a few months back. I picked up an AMD 3700X with a cheap ASROCK motherboard (no TPM).

I tried to install Windows 11 and I was told that it was not compatible. I tried playing with the dTPM (I think?) settings in the BIOS and it was enabled - yet Win11 would not go.

The Gigabyte board DOES support paying extra though for the module. I have one for my i7-6700k system.

1 x Trusted Platform Module (TPM) header (2x6-pin, for the GC-TPM2.0_S module only) <-- Header means that you can purchase the GC-TPM2.0_S ($20) later.


I was curious since the price is low, but don't expect a lot for 2c/4t.
Dude, wtf are you smoking. Totally different CPU/Mobo combo. This Mobo support fTPM 2.0 and that's all you need.
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