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Thursday, October 19, 2006
Foxconn 945G7AD Motherboard

3. The Bios

The BIOS is the Phoenix - Award, and should be very familiar to most users.

In the Advanced chipset selection, we can set many options like CPU features, Boot devices and other standard features:

The most interesting screen is the "Fox Central Control Unit", which includes all the overclocking features:

Foxconn has three pre-defined overclocking settings, from default (i.e. no OC)

to Step1, where FSB rises to 273MHz and CPU voltage increases by +0.05V

Step 2, with higher FSB and voltages

and finally Step 3,

CPU Voltages can be either higher or lower than the default, in 0.01V step increments.

The FSB, DRAM and ICH voltages can be modified as well.




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