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ASUS F1A75-V Pro (AMD A75) Llano Motherboard Preview

By: Shawn Baker | Socket FM1 in Motherboards | Posted: Jun 26, 2011 3:56 pm
Manufacturer: ASUS



While the ASUS board did arrive before our GIGABYTE, we did the GIGABYTE board first as it didn't have an NDA attached to it. Between then and today, though, our AMD APU arrived and when we organized the preview for this board, the AMD APU was in our hot little hand, so we thought we'd take the preview a step further than normal by offering you BIOS shots. Of course, anything related to the APU model number / speed has been removed, but we're still able to get a good look at the BIOS and what's going on.


Hitting DEL and getting into the BIOS, you're greeted by that UEFI interface we're quickly becoming used to from ASUS. It looks great and "EZ Mode" is easy; options are limited as you'd expect and we've just got readings of some of the important numbers like temperature and voltage levels. You've also got a basic run down of BIOS version, motherboard and APU model along with RAM and speed it's running at.




























Once you get out of EZ Mode and into advanced mode, the setup is very similar to that of the ASUS Intel and AMD boards. Options throughout are all close and as for menus and sub menus, they're near identical. As you can really see from all the above images, though, if you've seen or used the ASUS UEFI BIOS, you should find yourself at home. The main thing people will need to get used to is finding out sweet points in regards to voltages etc. for overclocking. That will all come in time, though.

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