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faq:xpc_slim:dq170 [2018/01/29 12:08]
MB [vPro-enabled processors]
faq:xpc_slim:dq170 [2018/06/26 14:03] (current)
Shuttle [DQ170 BIOS Setup Configuration] Update
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 List of vPro-enabled LGA 1151 desktop processors, which can be used with DQ170.\\ List of vPro-enabled LGA 1151 desktop processors, which can be used with DQ170.\\
 Only Core i5 / i7 models (except the K series) support the vPro function. Only Core i5 / i7 models (except the K series) support the vPro function.
-^Class^Model^Cores/Threads^CPU Clock^Turbo Clock^Cache^TDP^Graphics Engine^Graphics Clock^vPro^ +^Class^Model^vPro^ 
-|Core i7|6700|4/8|3.4 GHz|4.0 GHz|8 MB|65 W|HD 530|✔| +|Core i7|6700|✔| 
-|:::|6700T|4/8|2.8 GHz|3.6 GHz|8 MB|35 W|HD 530|✔| +|:::|6700T|✔| 
-|:::|7700|4/8|3.6 GHz|4.2 GHz|8 MB|65 W|HD 630|✔| +|:::|7700|✔| 
-|:::|7700T|4/8|2.9 GHz|3.8 GHz|8 MB|35 W|HD 630|✔| +|:::|7700T|✔| 
-|Core i5|6600|4/4|3.3 GHz|3.9 GHz|6 MB|65 W|HD 530|350~1150 MHz|✔| +|Core i5|6600|| 
-|:::|6600T|4/4|2.7 GHz|3.5 GHz|6 MB|35 W|HD 530|350~1100 MHz|✔| +|:::|6600T|✔| 
-|:::|6500|4/4|3.2 GHz|3.6 GHz|6 MB|65 W|HD 530|350~1150 MHz|✔| +|:::|6500|| 
-|:::|6500T|4/4|2.5 GHz|3.1 GHz|6 MB|35 W|HD 530|350~1100 MHz|✔| +|:::|6500T|✔| 
 +|:::|7600|| 
 +|:::|7600T|✔| 
 +|:::|7500|| 
 +|:::|7500T|✔|
 ===== Which LAN port can be used for vPro? ===== ===== Which LAN port can be used for vPro? =====
 Rear view of the DQ170 - only the left network port is enabled for Intel® vPro Technology.\\ Rear view of the DQ170 - only the left network port is enabled for Intel® vPro Technology.\\
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   - Please press the "Del" key while booting to enter BIOS.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:dq170:dq170_vpro_bios_01.png?nolink&300||}}   - Please press the "Del" key while booting to enter BIOS.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:dq170:dq170_vpro_bios_01.png?nolink&300||}}
   - Enter the "Advanced" tab and the "Trusted Computing" menu.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:dq170:dq170_vpro_bios_02.png?nolink&300|}}   - Enter the "Advanced" tab and the "Trusted Computing" menu.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:dq170:dq170_vpro_bios_02.png?nolink&300|}}
-  - Select "Security Device Support" to enable the Hardware TPM module:\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:dq170:dq170_vpro_bios_03.png?nolink&300||}}\\ The DQ170 is equipped with a Trusted Platform Module (TPM v2.0): Nuvoton NPCT650AAAWX. TPM is an international standard for a secure crypto processor, which is a dedicated microcontroller designed to secure hardware by integrating cryptographic keys in devices. This module only supports UEFI mode, not Legacy mode. Windows 7 requires the Microsoft Hotfix KB2920188 (see [[http://global.shuttle.com/support/download|DQ170 download page]]) to be installed. This is not required for Windows 10 installations.+  - Select "Security Device Support" to enable the Hardware TPM module:\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:dq170:dq170_vpro_bios_03.png?nolink&300||}}\\ The DQ170 is equipped with a Trusted Platform Module (TPM v2.0): Nuvoton Digital IC NPCT6 with FW software (Version 1.3). TPM is an international standard for a secure crypto processor, which is a dedicated microcontroller designed to secure hardware by integrating cryptographic keys in devices. This module only supports UEFI mode, not Legacy mode. Windows 7 requires the Microsoft Hotfix KB2920188 (see [[http://global.shuttle.com/support/download|DQ170 download page]]) to be installed. This is not required for Windows 10 installations.
   - Enter the "AMT Configuration" menu to configure the AMT-related settings.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:dq170:dq170_vpro_bios_04.png?nolink&300||}}   - Enter the "AMT Configuration" menu to configure the AMT-related settings.\\ {{:faq:xpc_slim:dq170:dq170_vpro_bios_04.png?nolink&300||}}
   - Please enter the AMT Configuration menu and make sure:   - Please enter the AMT Configuration menu and make sure:
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