[Official] Questions for the MSI Rep! #2

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  1. Kevin@GenTechPC

    Kevin@GenTechPC Company Representative

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    There's no TPM but PTT with GS65/GS75.
     
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  2. Donald@HIDevolution

    Donald@HIDevolution Company Representative

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    They have the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) - Intel ® PTT. See - https://www.logicsupply.com/explore/io-hub/intel-platform-trust-technology-ptt-tpm-for-the-masses/

    "This model for system security got a face-lift when Intel introduced the Intel Platform Trust Technology (PTT) architecture, which implements TPM in system firmware. To your operating system and applications, PTT looks and acts like TPM. The difference is, PTT doesn’t require a dedicated processor or memory."

    "PTT enables low-cost and low-power devices to support the same root of trust concepts enabled by hardware-based TPM. Furthermore, it supports all of Microsoft’s requirements for firmware Trusted Platform Module (fTPM) 2.0."

    "There was a time when IT managers were forced to choose between IPCs with robust security or compact, low-power designs. Intel PTT puts an end to that need to choose."
     
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    ryzeki Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    So they don't have the "TPM" as is but a new PTT? Perhaps they are saving TPM for workstation class?
     
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  4. Kevin@GenTechPC

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    Ryzeki, they have PTT in the processor which works identically as TPM.
    Some solution providers such as Symantec does offer software encryption for systems without TPM/PTT so nobody is stuck.
     
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  5. donotwant

    donotwant Notebook Guru

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    i know its a single stick. I wanted to know if that single stick is "single" ranked or "dual" ranked. i want to order a 2nd stick in anticipation to getting the GS75, but want to match that rank it is.
     
  6. Kevin@GenTechPC

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    It's dual ranked.
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    You do realize that adding RAM to this unit is a board flip.
     
  8. Donald@HIDevolution

    Donald@HIDevolution Company Representative

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    That is not true with the new GS75. One slot is under the service panel, which will be empty when you order it with 1x 16GB.
     
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    That's a good plus for GS75, back in the game.
     
  10. Amantay

    Amantay Notebook Enthusiast

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    3x SSDs for GS75 are all PCIe?
    Why it says that one of them is SATA only?
     
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