Hyper-V with Sandy Bridge?

Looking at throwing together a rig to run Microsoft Hyper-V and was looking at the i5 2500 CPU, but I'm a little nervous about mobo choice. Does anyone have a tested recommendation as to which H67 or P67 mobo has all the right options for hardware virtualization in the BIOS?

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  1. Lets answer this in April when the boards become available again.
  2. The only EFI BIOS Setting options I see for Intel Virtualization Technology is [Enabled] or [Disabled] for both the H67 and P67.
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