While normally we'd use the screenshot button to take photos of the BIOS for some reason we kept getting a warning saying that our pen drive was full even though it was an 8GB one that only had the latest MSI BIOS on it.
We did a quick format of it, but again had the same problems. For that reason we've had to take photos of the BIOS, the old fashioned way.
Looking at the BIOS there's nothing out of the ordinary with the CLICKBIOS II setup being present. The overclocking side of things is done in the "OC" area, and all the normal options are there.
Since the move from the original CLICKBIOS we've always been pretty happy with the latest incarnation from MSI and this one is really no different.
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