P67 vs Z68 for video editing?


Jan 7, 2012
Which chipset is better for video editing? Are there features in the Z68 that make it better for video editing than the P67. I have a gtx560 ti to put on the board, I am more concerned with choosing the right chipset first. Additionally, I have a 2600K processor to pair up with it.

Z68, no question about that. Its as good for the gaming and even better for the video editing!

Z68 motherboards are enabled with LucidLogix Virtu GPU virtualization technology which allows user to dynamically switch between built-in graphics and the high-end, 3D discrete graphics cards. This is ideal for gamers who require high-resolution gaming and still want to enjoy the built-in media features of Intel second generation Core processors. In so doing, switchable graphics help dramatically reduce PC graphics power consumption.