View Full Version : Anyone know a Q67 mainboard manufacturer?
03-02-11, 07:27 AM
the subject line says it all. Asus, Gigabyte and Zotac don't have any.
Why in the world am I looking for something that nobody else wants?
Ok, here's a comparison of some chipset features, left to right: Q67, P67, H67 :)
03-02-11, 09:05 AM
From the features, it looks like a server chipset. If it is a server chipset, I would not expect to see any boards with it until Intel releases the higher end Sandy Bridge chips (like the 6 and 8 core models).
03-02-11, 03:05 PM
a quick google search only returns intel and supermicro as MB with Q67, so most probably a workstation chipset.
Still can be bought if you so choose though:
03-07-11, 12:41 AM
Q67 is aimed at the corporate market segment, so yeah servers most likely.
06-22-11, 05:38 PM
Intel's "Q" series chipsets are intended for business desktops. They have added security features and allow remote management. Intel makes several: DQ67SW, DQ67EP and DQ67OW. There is also a "B" series chipset intended for small business with fewer security features. Intel has the DB75AL in this line.
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