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Keep in mind that the VT-d is a features enabled at a chipset level, not at a processor level, the VT-x in the other hand is a feature at a processor level.
So basically if the server board supports VT-d the processor VT-x will be capable to interact with the VT-d as well.
Please check the following link to notice that all i3 500 series processors supports VT-x:
Regarding the RAM, the processor will support RAM running up to 1333 MHz, the fact that the system will running ECC RAM or not, it will be determined by the server board.
wow, thank you for the info on VT-d.
However, I thought the memory controller on the chip also needs to support ECC?? But you're saying this is not the case, and ECC features needs to be enabled by the motherboard, correct?
I just double checked the documentation and the processor does support ECC RAM, but the server board needs to support it as well, you can find the supported RAM on page 11 of the processor datasheet at: