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Good way to check if motherboard supports IOMMU

I am shopping for a new motherboard, It needs to have IOMMU support, but I have not found any way to validate if the motherboards I'm looking at have it, other than this wikipedia article that contains a list of officially tested hardware for IOMMU. I would go by that, but the list is pretty limited and i would like more options. I have looked deep into spec sheets for different motherboards, googled the model number followed by "IOMMU" to see if anyone had gotten it working, etc.

 

If anyone has any advice on how to check something like this, I would greatly appreciate it.

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