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BIOS options on mini-ITX boards are typically restricted. The
presence of an IGP and the limited cooling associated with the form factor
makes manufacturers nervous about allowing users the ability to customize
frequencies and voltages.
Frequency and voltage control options with maximum values entered.
The board's BIOS allows a reasonable amount of tweaking, considering
the form factor. Overclocking options are available for the CPU, memory, and
even IGP, but the upper limits for voltages are quite low.
Notable Available BIOS Adjustments
||200 to 600MHz
||0.5500V to 0.775V in 0.0125V increments
to 1.300V in 0.025V increments
||400MHz, 533MHz, 667MHz, 800MHz, 1066MHz
(may depend on CPU)
|Memory Timing Control
||1.90V, 2.00V, 2.10V, 2.20V
|Video Memory Size
||16MB, 32MB, 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB
|GPU Core Frequency
||500 to 1000MHz
|GPU Shader Frequency
||1200 to 2000MHz
While the maximum CPU voltage is rather low, it does allow more
undervolting than we're used to seeing 0.5500V is the minimum allowed.
The "Hardware Monitor" section is almost barren with
only speeds from the board's two fan headers reported. There are no voltage
or temperature readouts and a complete lack of fan control settings.
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