ASUS Rampage Formula ReviewMakaveli - June 9, 2008
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Using the most up-to-date BIOS is recommended, because you may have a compatibility problem with one of your hardware components and the BIOS. When newer revisions of the BIOS come out, a lot of issues get solved. Before you go much further, check ASUS' website to make sure you have the latest version.
The first tab is "Main" and this is where you'll be shown the time and basic information about your system. You'll also be able to see what drives are connected and being detected by the motherboard.
Advanced and Power:
Under the "Advanced" tab, you'll be able to monitor and control your fan speeds, on-board peripherals, USB options, and set your CPU options, like disabling C1E, etc. In the "Power" tab, you'll be able to select your Suspend mode options and monitor your hardware with ease.
The "Boot" tab is where you can set the basic boot configuration and security options for booting, such as setting a password before the OS loads.
In this tab, you'll be able to save your overclocking profiles, and use the ASUS EZ Flash 2, which an easy way to flash your BIOS.