Abit IX38 Quad GT Reviewccokeman - December 26, 2007
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There is always more to the BIOS than just the section the enthusiasts frequent. While not as critical to the performance of the build, these sections do contain enough settings to cause you to pull your hair out if you make a few wrong settings.
Standard CMOS Features: In here you set time and date, as well as verifying the disk size and settings.
Advanced Bios Features: In this section you can set the boot priority as well as CPU features. Advanced Chipset features setting of the memory latencies and sub timings.
Integrated peripherals is where the onboard devices are configured. RAID settings are made under this section.
Power Management is available to set the suspend state as well as the the means of returning the system to operation.