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How to enable IQSV (Intel quick sync) on Z68x-UD3H-B3 with i7 2600k in Sierra?

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Seems like my mobo has the Intel Core Built-in Visual Features (incl. Intel Quick Sync Video).
It's this one: https://www.gigabyte.com/Motherboard/GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3-rev-10#ov

I was searching a lot how to do enable IQSV in Sierra. There's a lot of very complicated information mainly concerning High Sierra/Mojave.

 

I use Clover ver. 4063. I use Asus r9 280x 3gb that works out of the box without kext injections. My conf file is attached.

 

 

If anyone can help me a bit? 

Thank you in advance.
My config is attached.

Z68x_i72600k_config.plist

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