Lenovo Windows 11 Compatibility List: Can Your Lenovo Upgrade to Windows 11?

Since Microsoft released Windows 11 on Oct. 5, 2021, more and more Lenovo users are concerned about if the Lenovo they already have can run the Windows 11. Although there are the detailed Windows 11 system requirements, desktop users still can’t confirm if their Lenovo can run the new Windows 11. Don’t worry, this article will show you the Lenovo devices list supported for Windows 11. If your Lenovo is listed below, then your Lenovo device is able to upgrade to Windows 11. If not, your device is not compatible with Windows 11. Let’s check it.

Moreover, there are five Lenovo laptops that pre-install with Windows 11. They are Xiaoxin Pro 14 2021 Core Edition, Xiaoxin Pro 14 2021 Ryzen Edition, YOGA 13s 2021 Ryzen Edition, Xiaoxin Air 14 Plus 2021 Ryzen Edition, and Xiaoxin Air 14.

Can Asus, Dell and Lenovo run Windows 11?

As we all know, you need recent Intel, AMD or ARM-based processor, over 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage and compatible motherboard to run Windows 11. Therefore, the Asus, Dell and Lenovo compatibility is determined by the compatibility of processors and motherboard. If your device meets the following list of processors and motherboard, then your computer can run Windows 11.

  • Intel 8th Gen (Coffee Lake)
  • Intel 9th Gen (Coffee Lake Refresh)
  • Intel 10th Gen (Comet Lake)
  • Intel 10th Gen (Ice Lake)
  • Intel 11th Gen (Rocket Lake)
  • Intel 11th Gen (Tiger Lake)
  • Intel Xeon Skylake-SP
  • Intel Xeon Cascade Lake-SP
  • Intel Xeon Cooper Lake-SP
  • Intel Xeon Ice Lake-SP
  • Intel Core X-series
  • Intel Xeon® W-series
  • Intel Core 7820HQ 
  • AMD Ryzen 2000
  • AMD Ryzen 3000
  • AMD Ryzen 4000
  • AMD Ryzen 5000
  • AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2000
  • AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3000
  • AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 3000
  • AMD EPYC 2nd Gen
  • AMD EPYC 3rd Gen

Asus (Intel): C261 Series, C422 Series, X299 Series, Z590 Series, Q570 Series, H570 Series, B560 Series, H510 Series, Z490 Series, Q470 Series, H470 Series, B460 Series, H410 Series, W480 Series, Z390 Series, Z370 Series, H370 Series, B365 Series, B360 Series, H310 Series, Q370 Series, C246 Series

Asus (AMD): WRX80 Series, TRX40 Series, X570 Series, B550 Series, A520 Series, X470 Series, B450 Series, X370 Series, B350 Series, A320 Series

Biostar (Intel): Z590 Series, B560 Series, B460 Series, H510 Series, B250 Series

Biostar (AMD): X570 Series, B550 Series, A520 Series, B450 Series, X470 Series, X370 Series, B350 Series, A320 Series

Gigabyte (Intel): X299 Series, C621 Series, C232 Series, C236 Series, C246 Series, C200 Series, C300 Series, C400 Series, C500 Series

Gigabyte (AMD): TRX40 Series, 300 Series, 400 Series, 500 Series

Moreover, some users find their devices are compatible with Windows 11 but they still are informed that they can install Windows 11. In this case, you need to consider if your TPM 2.0 in BIOS Lenovo is disabled. Just Enable TPM 2.0 in BIOS Lenovo to solve this problem. If you really want to try Windows 11 but your device is unsupported, you can find the guide in article How to Install Windows 11 on Unsupported CPUs.


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