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List of compatible motherboards

Have tested MSI B450M Mortar Max works well with P80DB2 LPC Debug Card. That can be added to Motherboards known to work

 

Have tested MSI X570 Tomahawk Wi-Fi works well with P80DB2 LPC Debug Card. That can be added to Motherboards known to work

Hello Rodney, thank you for your reports 🙂 I've updated the original post accordingly.

Hello Elmor Labs,

This is my first attempt at connecting an LPC debug card to an AIMB-276 motherboard. I have the following PINOUT mappings for the AIMB-276 MB as shown in the image. Will any of the existing cables that come with the LPC card debug work out of the box or do I need to configure my own cables?

Thanks!
Thai

 

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Quote from Thai Nguyen on 2021-06-17, 06:58

Hello Elmor Labs,

This is my first attempt at connecting an LPC debug card to an AIMB-276 motherboard. I have the following PINOUT mappings for the AIMB-276 MB as shown in the image. Will any of the existing cables that come with the LPC card debug work out of the box or do I need to configure my own cables?

Thanks!
Thai

 

Hello Thai,

Each vendor has their own standard it seems none of the included cables is compatible with this connector. At least the Asus/Gigabyte connector is the same size and pitch so you can try to rewire it to fit your board.

Pinout reference here: https://elmorlabs.com/index.php/2018-09-23/p80db1l-port-80-lpc-debug-card/

Let me know if you need further assistance.

BR,
Jon

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Any info on whether the Asus ROG Maximus VIII Hero Alpha is compatible? I've had a look in the manual and dont see a reference to a TPM header so suspect im SoL but cant find anything definitive

Quote from Maxheadroom on 2021-06-25, 17:51

Any info on whether the Asus ROG Maximus VIII Hero Alpha is compatible? I've had a look in the manual and dont see a reference to a TPM header so suspect im SoL but cant find anything definitive

Yes no TPM header. But the board has on-board post code display so it would be a bit redundant?

Quote from elmor on 2021-06-25, 18:15
Quote from Maxheadroom on 2021-06-25, 17:51

Any info on whether the Asus ROG Maximus VIII Hero Alpha is compatible? I've had a look in the manual and dont see a reference to a TPM header so suspect im SoL but cant find anything definitive

Yes no TPM header. But the board has on-board post code display so it would be a bit redundant?

Thought as much. Nah this is off the back of Microsoft announcing that Windows 11 will require a TPM enabled board. Without one you're stuck on Win10. Looks like I'll need a new mobo then... 

Quote from Maxheadroom on 2021-06-25, 19:35
Quote from elmor on 2021-06-25, 18:15
Quote from Maxheadroom on 2021-06-25, 17:51

Any info on whether the Asus ROG Maximus VIII Hero Alpha is compatible? I've had a look in the manual and dont see a reference to a TPM header so suspect im SoL but cant find anything definitive

Yes no TPM header. But the board has on-board post code display so it would be a bit redundant?

Thought as much. Nah this is off the back of Microsoft announcing that Windows 11 will require a TPM enabled board. Without one you're stuck on Win10. Looks like I'll need a new mobo then... 

You won't need a new mobo; you just have to enable PTT:

https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?124611-Windows-11-wont-be-available-for-Maximus-Xiii-owners-(no-TPM-chip)

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Quote from ELi on 2021-06-25, 20:59
Quote from Maxheadroom on 2021-06-25, 19:35
Quote from elmor on 2021-06-25, 18:15
Quote from Maxheadroom on 2021-06-25, 17:51

Any info on whether the Asus ROG Maximus VIII Hero Alpha is compatible? I've had a look in the manual and dont see a reference to a TPM header so suspect im SoL but cant find anything definitive

Yes no TPM header. But the board has on-board post code display so it would be a bit redundant?

Thought as much. Nah this is off the back of Microsoft announcing that Windows 11 will require a TPM enabled board. Without one you're stuck on Win10. Looks like I'll need a new mobo then... 

You won't need a new mobo; you just have to enable PTT:

https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?124611-Windows-11-wont-be-available-for-Maximus-Xiii-owners-(no-TPM-chip)

Ah, well that'll save me a few hundred quid then. Guess I owe you a pint 🙂