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X1 vs X2: Who’s Badder?

Let’s go into the BIOS of the BX2 to take a look.

Unfortunately, at the time of testing, I only have a beta BIOS
to run the board on. So what is seen here may be a little different from the
official BIOS.


As overclocking is supposedly a srength of this board, Overclocking
options come under a heading of it’s own: Performance.


Here, firstly, you get to select MCH voltage, the Intel 975
chipset voltage which can improve the ability to climb high FSBs:

Up to 1.7v

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