Once you’re all setup, a big Zotac logo appears. Jabbing the delete key brings you to the BIOS, which is surprisingly fully fledged for a Mini ITX board.
The first page features traditional System Overview information.
Moving into the X-Setting you can adjust memory, CPU and Northbridge. All of them can be overvolted by between 0.05v and 0.2v.
Jumping throug the “Memory Configuration” sub menu you can also adjust a massive number of timings, giving you massive options for tweaking. You can also adjust clock speed.
Moving along to the advanced section you can also adjust CPU advanced settings which includes error reporting, Cool and Quiet, C1E support and more.
PCI/PnP settings also opens up a plethora of extra options.
In Chipset options there’s termination options, GPU clock speed tweaks and power management.
If you want you can also turn off HD Audio, HDMI and USB 3.0 controllers.
In the boot sector you can choose boot order and tweak other startup options.
PC health monitors voltages, temperatures fan speeds and allows you to adjust the latter.