BIOS Features (cont’d)
The HyperTransport link voltages can also be increased by up to 0.3v.
And the DDR voltage can be upped by 0.2v as well.
Here you can set what you’d like the primary graphics to boot to, either a PCI graphics card if you have one, or either of the PCI Express based GPUs.
Here we have the PC Health Status menu that shows the voltages are “OK” but doesn’t actually report the value; it simply lets you know that they are within the approved limits. Fan speeds and temperatures are reported (I used water cooling, so there weren’t any fans connected here) and you can set alarm warning levels.
Here is the “hidden” menu in the BIOS that you reach with Ctrl-F1. Here is where you can adjust the HT settings as well as the very detailed memory timings.
Also after unhiding the Advanced chipset options, you can view the addition of the MIB2 option in the MIT menu that shows vendor-specific memory tweaks.