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Monday, October 02, 2006
Foxconn C51XEM2AA Motherboard

3. The Bios

The BIOS comes from Phoenix - Award, and should be very familiar to most users. In the Advanced chipset features, we can set many options, like system clocks, voltages and memory (DRAM) configuration:

In the system clocks, we can set FSB and CPU multiplier.


System Voltage options.

CPU can go up to 1.85V in steps of 0.025V.

While the memory voltage up to 2.50V, again in 0.025V steps.

In the memory configuration options, we can manually set the timings, or use the automatic setting.

And lastly, the system monitor gives us much information about the health of our system.




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