Getting into the BIOS, the overall layout is very similar to that of the Z68 UEFI boards that we've seen and used. It's fairly self-explanatory and getting around is pretty easy. When it comes to overclocking, the majority of your tweaking will be done in the "OC Tweaker" section. As far as options go, you've really got everything you need to hopefully achieve a decent overclock.
For the most part we've got a pretty strong BIOS on our hands and if you've seen other ASRock UEFI BIOSs then there's not going to be any real surprise. The big difference is of course the Fatal1ty branding that's all over it. I could do without being stared down on every BIOS screen, but it's not the end of the world.
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