The Q57 chipset is used with the Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-600 Desktop Processor Series, i7-600 & i5-500 Mobile Processor Series, so you should use the i5_i7_DUAL_SINIT_18.BIN fine.




From: R D []
Sent: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 3:18 PM
Subject: [tboot-devel] Locating the AC Module for the Q57 chipset



I was wondering where I can find a SINIT AC Module for the Q57 chipset.  The chipset is advertised as TXT-capable, but I cannot find the corresponding AC (authenticated code) Module on the website. 


I have run lspci -nn to obtain the host bridge device listing per the SINIT AC Module Guide on the website.  The result, 0x0040, is not listed as one of the chipsets supported on the website even though the chip is advertised as TXT-capable. 


In the even that no specific AC module exists for the Q57 chipset, can I use the most recently issued AC module (currently Xeon 5600)? 


Thanks for any help you can provide.