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Below you will find some of the more interesting screens we found in the EVGA BIOS, One neat thing is how they are color coding the different voltage settings. Standard white is a "safe" setting, green is a little more risky, and red is flat out dangerous. Many of our photos show the flat out max setting along with the areas of color transition.
It should be noted that when we fired this board up all of the typical things we (as enthusiasts) normally disable have already been turned off. The fancy POST splash screen was disabled. The EIST was turned off. Turbo mode was enabled. In fact the only thing we enabled for our benchmarks was the XMP memory profile.