Posted by: Nathan Simon
ASUS, Core i3-2120, Core i5-2500k, Core i7-2600K, EZ-Mode, Maximus IV Extreme Board, New Bios, overclock, Overclocking, P67, P8P67 Pro, P8P67Pro, Power Saving, Sandy Bridge, UEFI Bios
Wow… i was shocked, after 18 years, the white box Bios has changed! You have to check out this video. That’s it… I will have one before summer… the below video is based on the P8P67Pro Board. They also go on to show the Maximus IV Extreme Board. The boards feature an Easy Mode, which includes overclocking, underclocking, and boot order selections. You want Advanced mode? No problem, exit easy mode and the option will be presented to you to enter Advanced Mode.
Update : I forgot to mention that these boards are based on the new P67 “Sandy Bridge” Chipset! These boards are going to be release very soon… for you overclockers, like me, you can push the 3.4Ghz Processors to 4+Ghz on stock air… Stay tuned for a personal review!
If you get one before me let me know how it is!
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