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Sunday, November 05, 2006
Foxconn K8M890M2MA-RS2H

3. Bios

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

Under the Central Control Unit, we find the major settings for voltages and overclocking

Vcore settings are a little cumbersome, since you cannot set an absolute value, but instead have to select a voltage offset to the one the motherboard has automatically selected:

More settings under Advanced Bios features:

The memory settings are very limited:

The onboard VGA card supports several display modes, while you can set the shared memory size

Lastly, the onboard PC Health status reports several values for evaluating your system stability




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