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How to find out if TPM device supports "TPM 2.0 FIFO Interface" (TCG_TIS) and "TPM 2.0 FIFO Interface - (SPI)" (TCG_TIS_SPI), when they don't specify it?

I'm particularly interested in TPM SLB 9665 Xenonboard, as it has JTPM1, which is on my board (Supermicro H11SSL-i board, which recommends Infineon AOM-TPM-9665, which is actually TPM SLB 9665 Xenonboard.

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From your third link you can get this PDF in which a product summary table specifies that only products with a sales code starting with "SLB 9670" will use the SPI interface. As you are talking about SLB 9665, that excludes TCG_TIS_SPI.

On my system, I have an Asus-branded Infineon SLB 9665 TPM which works fine with the TCG_TIS driver in Linux.

Note that there seems to be two possible LPC connector types: a 20-pin connector with pin 4 removed (known as 20-1), and a 14-pin connector with smaller pins and a finer pitch, known as 14-1.

According to the manual of your motherboard (as mentioned in your previous question in the Security SE), you would need one with the 20-1 style connector. And the page you linked with the specifications of the TPM SLB 9665 Xenonboard explicitly says it has the 20-pin connector, so both physical and driver compatibility seem to be covered.

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  • Thanks a lot! + I put links to pdf to this question. – pevik Jun 12 at 7:22

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