With us having looked at a bunch of GIGABYTE boards lately, you're not going to find anything new going into the BIOS. The only real difference is the color scheme.
As always, though, we'll mention that if you're heading into the BIOS, you'll no doubt be spending most your time around the Home and Performance section. It's under these two areas you find everything overclocking related.
Jumping through the rest of the tabs, you can see all the standard options on offer. There's really not too much that needs to be said as everything is self-explanatory thanks to all the screenshots.
Hitting F2, we can go back into Classic Mode. While this is where we'd normally go straight away, the latest rendition of the UEFI BIOS from GIGABYTE is fantastic and we find ourselves using the default option all the time now, which looks great thanks to the HD feature on offer.