For most users, this section for configuring the SMBUS will most likely be untouched.
The Integrated Peripherals screen is rather mundane with no added features to make it seem unique.
On the Power Management section, the same options are present which you’d find on any motherboard using an AMI Bios.
The Gladiator Bios section is the most interesting and probably the area of the bios where most users will spend a lot of time trying to gain that much wanted maximum overclock. The first pane in this section allows you to adjust the CPU and PCI Clock’s as well as changing the ratio between memory and CPU. All clock values can be increased or decreased in 1 MHz values. When a new CPU clock value is entered, the overall overclocked speed is calculated – saving you from your delirious maths skills or whipping out your age-old calculator. This is quite a good feature, and we also saw it on the MSI P45 Platinum.
e CPU Configuration screen of the Gladiator Bios has all the required CPU functions which can either be enabled or disabled. This screen is quite standard in all motherboards.
The voltage options screen has really got some advance voltage controls. Half of them you won’t ever need to change.
Most motherboard bios’ have a ‘PC Health Status’ screen, the Foxconn ELA is no exception. All the standard temperatures, fan speeds and voltages are shown here.