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The Z370 chipset uses the new Direct Media Interface (DMI) 3.0.
It supports 6 SATA ports and M.2.
Z370 supports VT-d.
Also, for unlocked processors, the Z370 is capable of overclocking unlocked processors.
Flexible I/O is supported on Z370, meaning that PCI-e lanes reserved to SATA can be re-allocated.
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