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The BIOS is laid out in 2 basic parts. The main MIT screen features the common voltage and frequency controls. Whereas the associated advanced menu allows to you tweak the settings further. For most standard overclocks the primary menu will be enough, however not everything is available from the main screen.
Below are some of the more interesting screens found in the GA-X58A-UD3R BIOS.(in no particular order)