ECS H55H-M Motherboard Review :: BIOS and Overclocking

01-24-2010 · Category: Motherboards

By Benjamin Sun

ECS uses a modified version of the American Megatrends AMIBIOS that many motherboard manufacturers use. The main menu is split into Standard CMOS Setup, Advanced Setup, Advanced Chipset Setup, Integrated Peripherals, Power Management Setup, PCI/PnP Setup, PC Health Status and Frequency/Voltage Control.


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Standard CMOS Setup is where the SATA devices are detected, the Time and Date are set and the IDE Bus Mastering is enabled. Advanced Setup is where the various CPU features are enabled or disabled including the C1E, the XD Bit, Virtualization Technology, EIST, Turbo Mode and the Boot Device Priority. Here is also where the eJiffy is enabled or disabled.

Advanced Chipset Setup is where the Integrated Graphics is enabled. Assuming a Clarksdale CPU is installed on the motherboard the options will be for PAVP to be Lite, Default, or Paranoid, the Share Memory size (up to 128MB), the DVMT memory size (up to 256MB) the HDMI Audio enabling and the memory remap feature enabling. The GMA HD can use up to 1.7GB of system memory.


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