What is VT-D support and virtualization?
I read this in a review of the Intel 3770 processor.
"If you need VT-D support for VMWare etc, be sure to get this instead of the i7-3770k. The K processor has a tiny bit higher base clock speed, and might be a bit cheaper. If you don't need the virtualization support get the K chip."
The "K" chip supports overclocking and cost more, not less, right?
What is VT-D support and virtualization and why would I care.
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