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Thread: Z68 features to be useful in Linux?

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    Default Z68 features to be useful in Linux?

    The Intel Z68 chipset adds a few interesting features such as the SSD caching and graphics virtualization with LucidLogix and quick sync transcoding stuff.

    Will these be features use able from Linux in the near future?

    I'm on the fence about a new board, and was waiting for a Z68 board so that it could be handed down to HTPC duties with integrated HDMI when I move on with my workstation. However, if the only value of the Z68 chipset for Linux is the overclocking and HDMI out, I may just stick with P67.

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    Hydra - no
    Transcoding - yes
    SSD caching - dunno

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