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But only the P67 can support VT-d. It goes without saying that only certain P67 motherboards actually implement VT-d support in the BIOS. Check before purchasing. Of the Intel manufactured boards, only the DP67BG implements VT-d.
Thanks for the link. In the table it says that the H67 chipset also supports VT-d. This blog post lists LGA Sandy Bridge boards that currently have support for VT-d in the BIOS.
I also emailed Gigabyte who replied that they don't have it now but it will be supported in future BIOS releases.