Looking at the BIOS, you can see we've got an American Megatrends one going on, which to be honest, isn't the nicest one to use. Features tend to be a bit limited and it doesn't tend to be the most overclocking friendly BIOS, but hopefully we'll still have some luck with it.
For the most part everything we want is there, but it's not the prettiest thing to use. I'd love to see Sapphire implement a graphical interface, but we know they're still quite new to the game. None the less, hopefully we'll see them do something in the area one day.
As for the rest of the BIOS, it's not bad and like we said, we've got everything you'd want. Hopefully the options under the performance side of things are enough to give us a decent overclock.
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