I was wondering if Intel Z68 northbridge was good for gaming. Plus if you want to know the Z68 has the integrated graphics that the H line had plus the overclocking ability of the P line. It also offers some sort of ssd integration and ability to save power by using the on-board instead of dedicated Video card when using less intensive processes (browsing the internet).
The "Intel Smart Response Technology", an intelligent caching scheme that uses a small (20-64G) SSD as a cache to a selected hard drive. I examine Smart Response Technology in this article.
The "Intel FDI" (Flexible Display Interface) link between the processor and the chipset, culminating in the "Digital Display" section.