Simply put, we have found the UEFI Bios implementation of many X79 boards to be shockingly abysmal and almost deliberately obtuse/laggy to use especially during overclocking. Fortunately, ASUS is benefiting from the lessons learnt during their initial UEFI debut on previous generation P67/Z68 boards and have came out with a mature layout that is responsive to use.

We skipped the default EZ-mode and used the Advanced Mode which we think most of our readers will be more interested in.


DRAM settings – We must mention that we have had no problems using the XMP settings 2133MHz memory divider on this board


Load-line Calibration and Phase Control settings


Temperatures and Fan Control


Memory SPD Information Page


ASUS EZ Flash 2 Utility


8 slots for your overclocking profiles

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