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G870 processor and q77 chipset question

idata
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Dose G870 processor on Q77 chipset based motherboard(GA-Q77M-D2H - gigabyte) support:

- remote(over ip v4/v6 network) monitoring desktop HDD, CPU, BIOS version

- remote(over ip v4/v6 network) BIOS configuration,

-remote console for OS loading and virtual CD and FDD support.

In G870 tech spec. is that vpro is not supported but my seller says that above functions are supported without vpro processor support.

Please help me, it is very important to me.

Jacek

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Joseph_O_Intel
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Greetings Jacek

The G870 is a Pentium processor, as such it does not have vPro KVM support.

For specifric information on this chip see: http://ark.intel.com/products/53493/Intel-Pentium-Processor-G870-3M-Cache-3_10-GHz?q=g870 http://ark.intel.com/products/53493/Intel-Pentium-Processor-G870-3M-Cache-3_10-GHz?q=g870

You can also use the http://ark.intel.com/ http://ark.intel.com site research other chips as well.

Joe

Joseph_O_Intel
Employee
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Column 3 of the above mentioned web page contains the chip set models. Realistically just because a chipset can be vPro enabled doesn't mean it is enabled by what ever OEM is producing the motherboards. When purchasing vPro systems and or Motherboard/CPU combinations, make sure the item is labeled as vPro to ensure compliance

Joe

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