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  • EVGA P55 Classified 200 Motherboard Review
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    Bios Features

    The EVGA BIOS is quite nice in that everything is laid out in a logical manner.  The most frequently used items appear first in the tree controls while the more specific controls are hidden on the next page.

    Below, you will find some of the more interesting screens we found in the BIOS.  One neat thing we found was how the voltage settings are actually color coded.  Standard white is used for "safe" settings, green being a little more risky, and red being flat-out dangerous.
    As with all BIOS menus, it's a good idea to root around a bit and find all the settings you're looking for and what their dependencies may be.