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    so sad ...



    Shuttle have vt-d working on ivy-bridge-e since 2013/08/06 ... so how can asus explain this lack on is mainboard since so long time ?

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    awww man - just bought my rampage iv formula board for messing with vm's - didn't know it doesn't have VT-d supported
    Am I gunna have to sell it so soon?

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    No don't sell it, they will release a bios update that support vt-d in few days/months/years/never ...
    Moreover, if you use sandy-bridge-e it should work.
    Last edited by -Nax-; 02-24-2014 at 08:31 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoomee View Post
    awww man - just bought my rampage iv formula board for messing with vm's - didn't know it doesn't have VT-d supported
    Am I gunna have to sell it so soon?
    It does support VT-d. SB-E chips work right out of the box. If you bought a IB-E chip you have to wait for it to be implemented.
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    ah ok - that good news - if its been promised I know Asus will deliver it - just a case of when
    And yes - I have a 4960k which I've just got settled with a 4.5ghz oc

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    When is the question ... no answer since more than 5 month ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Nax- View Post
    When is the question ... no answer since more than 5 month ...
    Contact ASUS Support France and ask them would be your best bet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Nax- View Post
    When is the question ... no answer since more than 5 month ...
    If VT-d was really a necessity you would have moved to a working solution a long time ago. This alone puts all your posts regarding this in proper context.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Praz View Post
    If VT-d was really a necessity you would have moved to a working solution a long time ago. This alone puts all your posts regarding this in proper context.
    Not a very customer centric thing to say tbh. - I remember waiting 3 months for Asus to release the BD support they promised for my Crosshair IV Formula before finally jumping ship to MSI (Think it took 6 months and even then it was limited). Customers are only patient for so long and brand loyalty is something that shouldn't be taken lightly.

    To put things into context further - The X79 platform is a VERY expensive platform which appeals to either enthusiasts or those that need this type of virtualization support. From all the research I've done on the subject of VT-d - Asus boards (except the c200 I think?) - are 'slated' on various forums for NOT supporting VT-d, some posts going so far as to say to avoid them.

    It would be in Asus's own interest to introduce such functionality bearing in mind this platform and whom it is usually aimed at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoomee View Post
    The X79 platform is a VERY expensive platform which appeals to either enthusiasts or those that need this type of virtualization support.
    This is exactly what my post was in reference to. If VT-d was actually needed there is nobody that I know, including myself, who would still be posting one liners 5 months later. They would have moved to a working solution long ago.

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