ASUS Motherboard Support List for Windows 11

ASUS announces the latest Windows 11 Insider Preview build can now be installed on many existing ASUS motherboard models. Installation can be achieved by applying the latest UEFI BIOS update from the relevant ASUS support page. Or by manually enabling the required function in the existing UEFI BIOS.

Following either of the two methods will empower adventurous users to try the beta version of the upcoming operating system. allowing them to experience the future of Windows and PC computing – whetting appetites for the full Windows 11 experience later this year.

ASUS motherboards and Windows 11: Broad compatibility across Intel and AMD chipsets

A diverse range of ASUS motherboards are engineered to allow the installation and operation of Windows 11 Insider Preview. Owners or users of the models listed in the table below can download and apply the latest UEFI BIOS update or manually enable the required function in the current UEFI BIOS to allow the new operating system to be installed. For full details on updating the UEFI BIOS for Windows 11 installation or upgrade, please visit the ASUS support page.

The following is the ASUS Motherboard Support List for WIndows 11:

Intel PlatformAMD Platform
C621 Series WRX80 Series
C422 SeriesTRX40 Series
X299 SeriesX570 Series
Z590 SeriesB550 Series
Q570 SeriesA520 Series
H570 SeriesX470 Series
B560 SeriesB450 Series
H510 SeriesX399 Series
Z490 SeriesX370 Series
Q470 SeriesB350 Series
H470 SeriesA320 Series
B460 Series
H410 Series
W480 Series
Z390 Series
Z370 Series
H370 Series
B365 Series
B360 Series
H310 Series
Q370 Series
C246 Series
Z270 Series
H270 Series *
B250 Series *
Q270 Series *
Z170 Series *
H170 Series *
B150 Series *
H110 Series *
Q170 Series *

A word of warning: Windows 11 Insider Preview is beta software

All listed motherboard models should be ready for the installation of the latest Windows 11 Insider Preview build. However, users should be aware that, as with any beta software, the product is not finished. It has therefore not passed formal hardware validation and qualification. As such, the installation of or upgrade to the Windows 11 Insider Preview is carried out at the discretion and risk of the user, and the user will be solely responsible for any potential system damage or data loss. ASUS will not be liable for any data loss or system damage that may result from the use of Windows 11 Insider Preview.

Editor’s Note:

Having done my share of Windows preview trials for more than a decade, the best course of action is never use your production (or daily) machine to test out any kind of pre-release version of Windows as a form of safety. I strongly advise to heed ASUS’ warning.

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