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DFIs Auto Boost System (ABS) Investigated

Today Shane checks out DFIs ABS or Anti-lock Braking System..err..Auto Boost System.

| Editorials in Motherboards | Posted: Sep 22, 2008 4:00 am

DFIs Auto Boost System Investigated

 

Introduction

 

If anyone has ever made overclocking a hard task, it's been DFI. Mostly designed for the advanced users, we tend to find ourselves looking at a BIOS with not only more options than you can poke a stick at, but more options than you can poke two sticks at!

 

While it's great having all those options there, it seems like companies such as GIGABYTE and ASUS are able to offer just as impressive overclocks with less options, making the whole overclocking process a lot easier and less daunting.

 

Well, it seems like DFI have finally decided to look into this and offer a solution that's going to cater to a wider audience. The thing about ABS, though, is there's more than what meets the eye. DFI haven't just created a process to make overclocking easier, but also a community to bring overclockers together and try and increase the awareness.

 

Today what we'll do is have a look at how you go about setting up the whole ABS thing and see what kind of performance difference the stock and overclocked results give us. DFI could be onto a winner here, but there's only one way to find out for sure. So sit back and relax while we take the time to investigate DFIs Auto Boost System.

 

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