Using Everest Ultimate Edition 2006, we were able to get more information about the motherboard itself:
And the used chipsets, AMD Hammer DDR2 ICM and nVIDIA nForce 570SLI:
Foxconn LiveUpdate is a very handy utility that can update the Bios and drivers without a lot of user intervention. However, it didn't detect a newer build that was available for our BIOS (P30), and we installed it manually.
nVIDIA's nTune recognizes most properties for the motherboard. However, voltages cannot be set directly under Windows. On the other hand, FSB and memory timings are selectable and changeable. Note, that automatic tuning results in system crashes. We assume Foxconn wants you only to use the "Tiger One" application:
Finally, lets see the default running specs reported by CPU-Z:
Memory settings are left to auto during all tests: