ASUS Maximus 4 Extreme Review
The Advanced screen gives us the chance to turn Hyper-threading off as well as C1E state and the normal CPU feature adjustment that Intel provide.
Full screen boot logos. Hugely irritating and probably the first thing that gets turned off. They are the equivalent to "congratulations on purchasing the...." blurb you get at the beginning of manuals. Yes we know what we've brought. Now let us focus on what we're doing with it.
The monitoring elements are unchanged from previous BIOS' we've seen with various temperature monitors and settings, as well as thermal shut-down levels.
Despite being much simpler to overclock automatically, it's much more complex to do so manually and so you'll be making good use of the many BIOS save slots available to you.