ASUS X99 DELUXE (Intel LGA 2011-3) Review 28

ASUS X99 DELUXE (Intel LGA 2011-3) Review

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BIOS Walkthrough

BIOS Options
ClocksRangeStep Size
CPU BCLK:90.90 MHz ... 300.0 MHz0.06 MHz
Memory Dividers: x8 (800 MHz), x10.67 (1067 MHz), x13.33 (1333 MHz),
x14 (1400 MHz), x16 (1600 MHz ), x18 (1800 MHz),
x18.66 (1866 MHz), x20 (2000 MHz ), x21.33 (2133 MHz),
x22 (2200 MHz), x24 (2400 MHz)
VoltagesRangeStep Size
CPU Vcore:0.800 V... 2.10 V0.001 V
CPU Ring Voltage:0.800 V... 2.10 V0.001 V
DRAM Voltage:0.600 V... 2.800 V0.010 V
ASUS has had a long-standing tradition of implementing some of the most useful BIOS designs, often offering more than anyone else when it came to options with which to get the most out of your system. Voltage and clock controls in the X99 DELUXE BIOS follow suit nicely, with the BIOS offering so many things that I had to upload 60 screenshots yet again. You won't be disappointed once you get to tweaking in the BIOS, though many provided features are now easily implemented via switches, kind of taking things back in time a bit. There's often been "magic jumpers" that unlock a bit more if you know what you're doing, but that's not the case here with the ASUS X99 DELUXE as even LN2 support is built right in should you to go down that route. In order for LN2 to work without being downright embarrassing, full control of all critical voltages and options is a must, which ASUS has definitely provided with this BIOS.

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