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BIOS - ASUS M4A785TD-V EVO


"Jumperfree" menu with maximum values entered.



"Jumperfree" menu, continued.



"Hardware Monitor."


BIOS Summary: Asus M4A785TD-V EVO
Setting
Options
CPU Frequency
200 MHz to 550 MHz
CPU Voltage 1.02500V (-0.3000V) to 1.70000V in 0.00625V increments
Memory Frequency
400MHz, 533MHz, 667MHz, 800MHz
Memory Timing Control
Intermediate
Memory Voltage
1.5000V to to 2.31000V in 0.015V increments
VDDNB Voltage
0.90000V to 1.55000V in 0.00625V increments
CPU VDDA Voltage
2.50V, 2.60V, 2.70V, 2.80V
HT Voltage
1.20000V to 1.35000V in 0.015V increments
Chipset Voltage
1.10000V to 1.61000V in 0.015V increments
Integrated Graphics
IGP Clock
100 to 1500 MHz (500 MHz default)
Memory Options UMA, Sideport, UMA+Sideport
UMA Frame Buffer
32MB, 64MB, 128MB, 256MB, 512MB
SidePort Clock Speed 1333 MHz, 1400 MHz to 2000 MHz in 30 MHz increments
Side Port Voltage 1.50V, 1.60V, 1.70V
Fan Control
Fan Auto Mode Start Voltage 4.0V, 4.5V, 5.0V, 5.5V, 6.0V
Fan Auto Mode Start Speed Temp 25°C to 48°C
Fan Auto Mode Full Speed Temp
51°C to 75°C

The BIOS allows for plenty of voltage and frequency modification to satisfy overclockers, and even includes the ability to increase Sideport memory voltage. Those looking to squeeze better energy efficiency and lower temperatures out of their CPUs will be somewhat disappointed as the minimum CPU voltage is -0.30V (1.025V in the case of our X3 720 processor). The fan control options allow you to set the CPU fan's starting voltage, and the temperature range. There are no settings for the other two fan headers.

Editor's Note: The MSI board came from AMD with a BIOS version assured to be the latest and greatest. The Asus board, on the other hand, came from Asus, with a BIOS dated some 3 weeks earlier than the version AMD was offering for the board on its media FTP site. The more recent BIOS version at AMD was not recognized by our board to be compatible with it, and there were no other BIOS options on the Asus web sites.



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