Intel says it DOES support VT-d, at
(see last table on that page).
Intel says it DOESN'T support VT-d, at
Trying to build a configuration with totally non-kludged, orthodox, VT-d end-to-end support is hairy enough as it is, which is a major reason for leaning toward Intel boards in the first place.
How can a customer know, is the list on the CS-030922 page 100.0000 percent reliable and authoritative, or not?
Sylvia, you say "to update the information in the web site."
But what does that *mean*?
It tells me that at least one web page will be corrected,
but it doesn't really answer the question(s):
1. Which info is correct? It shouldn't be so complicated to answer,
does this board support VT-d, yes or no?
2. If the error is in the CS-030922 page,
what is being done to confirm the accuracy of the other info on that page?
I'm already overdue to make a purchasing decision,
and need to know if that page is reliable.
The information has been updated. Please check the following link http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-030922.htm?wapkw=dz87klt-75k+vt-d http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/CS-030922.htm?wapkw=dz87klt-75k+vt-d