Hello John. The early revision of your processor had and issue where the VT-d was not working. This issue was solved thru a BIOS fix. Some programs may not work with that fix and they may report as VT-d missing.
If you are experiencing this issue I recommend you to contact the Intel(R) customer support group and describe the issue to check on the available solutions.
Thanks for your reply.
Yes I looked into this issue some more and as you pointed out I found that the C1 Step CPU has this defect. I can see that it's since been "Retired and Discontinued" ARK | Intel® Core™ i7-3960X Processor Extreme Edition (15M Cache, up to 3.90 GHz)
I tried the Intel CPU identification utility but it didn't provide any helpful information as to what version I have.
I'm hoping that I can clean the thermal paste off the CPU and then identify the CPU and go from there.