The Biostar TA785GE comes with AMI BIOS, which is becoming much more common on recent boards than the Award BIOS, and is easy to navigate.
Most of the options are common across all motherboards, so whilst we have included a screenshot of all the major elements, comments will be restricted to only the important or unique features to save going over old ground or stating the obvious.
The first two pages provide the usual stuff we've all come to know and love.
Next is the always useful PC Health page, which actually provides accurate voltages and things. Sometimes you have to make allowance for the end voltage not quite being what you've input, but this seems pretty spot on.
The Northbridge configuration menu provides the first of our departures from the norm.
Northbridge configuration is below on the left. As you can see there are a few options for the onboard graphics, including a quite handy overclock feature. Adjustments to the GPU clock are easy to perform and actually not too necessary. The built in HD4200 has enough grunt for HTPC usage, and no overclock will help for gaming. But it's handy to have.
Over the page we'll look at the BIOS overclocking options.