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    Default ASRock TPM-module

    Hi,

    Does anyone know that ASRock makes any TPM-module? I found a few offers like:
    TPM module for ASRock Motherboard TPM-S BULK | eBay
    ASRock TPM-Modul

    I found nothing like this on the official site.
    How can I (anybody) trust in these offers? I mean they are really meet the TPM 1.2 specification? Are they certified by any organization? They can be trusted? They have any weakness?

    Anybody has some information about this ASRock TPM-module? Maybe a link or a reference to anything official source?

    I would appreciate a link under asrock.com or anything, thanks.

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    Default Re: ASRock TPM-module

    Hi,
    I’m Davis from ASRock HQ TSD.

    If the pin define of TPM module fit as our product, then you can use it.
    You are able to check the user manual to find out pin define of your model on our website. ASRock
    Ex: Z97 Extreme6 user manual as below link: http://download.asrock.com/manual/Z97%20Extreme6.pdf (see P.29 in user manual)
    Note:For ensure that, we recommend to contact ASRock EU Branch for purchasing the TPM module.
    http://www.asrock.com/general/about.asp?cat=Contact

    Thank you.
    Last edited by ASRock TSD - Davis; 12-03-2014 at 02:38 PM.

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    Default Re: ASRock TPM-module

    Hi Davis,

    Thanks for your answer!

    Regards

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    Default Re: ASRock TPM-module - Question seeking clarification for U.S. Asrock Mobo Owners needing TPM module

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    Default Re: ASRock TPM-module

    Quote Originally Posted by ASRock TSD - Davis View Post
    Hi,
    Iím Davis from ASRock HQ TSD.

    If the pin define of TPM module fit as our product, then you can use it.
    You are able to check the user manual to find out pin define of your model on our website. ASRock
    Ex: Z97 Extreme6 user manual as below link: http://download.asrock.com/manual/Z97%20Extreme6.pdf (see P.29 in user manual)
    Note:For ensure that, we recommend to contact ASRock EU Branch for purchasing the TPM module.
    ASRock > About ASRock > Contact Us

    Thank you.


    Hi,

    The OP is located in Europe and I see that he was referred to Asrock's European location for support in obtaining a TPM module. I also need a 17 pin TPM module (X99M Killer mobo), however, I'm in the U.S. The only possible source I've been able to locate for the purchase of a 17 pin Asrock TPM module is an Italian seller on eBay.

    Could you please advise me on where U.S. customers can obtain the 17 pin TPM module?

    Thanks in advance.

    OGB

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    Default Re: ASRock TPM-module

    Quote Originally Posted by GBelly View Post


    Hi,

    The OP is located in Europe and I see that he was referred to Asrock's European location for support in obtaining a TPM module. I also need a 17 pin TPM module (X99M Killer mobo), however, I'm in the U.S. The only possible source I've been able to locate for the purchase of a 17 pin Asrock TPM module is an Italian seller on eBay.

    Could you please advise me on where U.S. customers can obtain the 17 pin TPM module?

    Thanks in advance.

    OGB
    Did you find a seller? I'm in the UK, got mine from Alternate- only £4.69 but the supplier is in Germany so you'd need to add courier costs but it shouldn't be too much- it'll fit in an envelope. I added some (4 x 120 & 1 x 140mm) very quiet Cooltek fans at around £4 each.

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    Default Re: ASRock TPM-module

    Check out post #4 in http://forums.tweaktown.com/asrock/6...ost494870.html and the replies.
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