Zotac Mini ITX M880G

BIOS

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.

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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.

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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.

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Moving along to the advanced section you can also adjust CPU advanced settings which includes error reporting, Cool and Quiet, C1E support and more.

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PCI/PnP settings also opens up a plethora of extra options.

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In Chipset options there’s termination options, GPU clock speed tweaks and power management.

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If you want you can also turn off HD Audio, HDMI and USB 3.0 controllers.

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In the boot sector you can choose boot order and tweak other startup options.

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PC health monitors voltages, temperatures fan speeds and allows you to adjust the latter.

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