Abit is no slouch when it comes to making a great motherboard BIOS for overclockers, and the AV8 is no exception here.
The uGuru menu is where most of the action takes place. Here you can see a quick glance of all the options that Abit has to offer.
Abit offers processor bus speeds up to 336 MHz! The best part is that they have the AGP/PCI bus lock working, so the AGP/PCI bus is staying at 33/66 MHz for great overclocking potential.
If you have an FX processor, you can move the multiplier up to 25x or down to 5x. If you have a normal Athlon 64 processor, you can still move it down to 5x, which is just as good for overclocking with a PCI/AGP bus locked motherboard.
Here’s where the magic happens: locked AGP/PCI bus. Or if you and your other components can handle it, you can adjust the ratio to which the PCI bus and CPU bus compare.
These next few images show you the max and min voltages available for the CPU, AGP, memory, north bridge, south bridge and HyperTransport components.
This is an interesting section that gives you stats on the power cycles your board has made. Here you can see I have rebooted 26 times and used the reset button once. Total uptime at this point was 46 hours. These are interesting statistics to have in your BIOS.