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[Xen-users] any VT-d enabled mobos for Xeon 5000 series out there ?

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  • From: "sven waeyenbergh" <sven.waeyenbergh@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2008 10:02:52 +0200
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Hi list,

i have seen a lot of questions about VT-d on recent intel mobos.
however, it seems that all tests are done on the newer socket 775-based xeon's or core2's, and not the 5000 series (socket 771 based).

i was planning on getting a intel S5000V chipset, but found out that it does not support VT-d.
Can anyone confirm a mobo that has this enabled and also has 2x LGA771 sockets ?

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