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Wednesday, December 14, 2011
Foxconn A75A review

3. BIOS, bundled software

- Bios

The Foxconn A75A BIOS is based on the American Megatrends design. Most of you will find it easy to navigate since it doesn't have any advanced options for overclocking. The following video (HD) gives a quick overview of the bios:


- Fox One

Unlike other motherboard makers, Foxconn doesn't offer a Windows-based software for managing or tweaking the A75A motherboard. The "CPU" and "Frequency" tabs on the Fox One software are disabled, so you can only see basic information about the cpu/dram as well as change is the memory DIMM voltage. You can also disable automatic control of the processor fan rotation speed and use a fixed RPM value instead:


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