quote criticalconstructiveHi!I am going to buy an A8-3870K this month and need a good mainboard for it. I favourize the Asus F1A75-V Pro.
I want to overclock DDR3-RAM from 1866 to 2000-2133 MHz.
I will also overclock CPU and GPU, but only some MHz.
And therefore 1 information, very important, which I was unable to find in manual or reviews:
Does the Asus F1A75-V Pro also support a GPU clock-divider or a separate setting-option for the GPU clock in BIOS?
It would be great, if you could answer this question.
quote djtu574386wd5It looks like you will have to do with UEFI, as most big manufacturers have now made the switch. I am sincerely sorry for you; I understand your pain of working with something you decided to hate.Man how much did they pay you to pump out that brown noser review.
I work on computers as a tech 40 hours a week and the asus & asrock and the like, the bios gui are useless garbage.
The first ever version of windows ~ first ever apple gui are better, Hell even the first gui xerox pumped out is probably better.
The asus eufi bios besides the other problems of possibly trying to block other os from running ~ installing and being a joke for other apps to hack peeks cpu use for no reason , first ever windows gui can run off a 12mgz cpu and one meg of main system ram.
Just try and click on something and its a glitch fest, that and options are miss-categorized and lets not forget the broken cHina-shEnGlieh, All your base are belong to us.
Its not better its worse and made for people that don’t know how to work a bios and for people like that they shouldn't be in the bios in the first place and don’t even get me started about the bios auto overclock topic or should I say auto suicide option.
Normal stile of gpi I can work it 10x faster then a UEFI bios.
And yes im all for a face lift to the old stile bios but man a 16 year old with 3 years of computer science in high school could do better and im guessing the EUFI bios on the asus mobo was made my monkeys.
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